Former Bank Supervisor Pleads Guilty to stealing $1.25 Million

Former Bank Supervisor Pleads Guilty to stealing $1.25 Million

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McAllen (KFXV) — In McAllen, a woman pleads guilty to robbing a bank to the tune of $1.25 million.
42-year-old, Jill Marie Myers, stole on average ten thousand dollars a month between June 2004 through June 2014.
As a supervisor, Myers — responsible for verifying the cash the bank contained in its vault, admitted to creating fraudulent entries on bank records to hide the the theft.
The scheme came to light, when Plains Capital Bank acquired First National Bank’s Edinburg location.
Myers’ sentencing is slated for April 26, and faces up to 30 years in federal prison, with a possible one million dollar fine.

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  1. $10k per month? Nice internal controls…..

  2. International Bank New Accounts Vice President Main Branch should be checked out .

  3. WHO WAS THE AUDITING FIRM? 10K a month is still a big amount. When I was auditing books as a per diem for a couple of CPA Firms, I’ve caught some memorable ones and they were just like the hundreds to thousands, even as low as less than 10 bucks of petty cash.


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