NCUA bans seven individuals from industry in July
The National Credit Union Administration has issued five prohibition notices and two prohibition orders for July.
The seven individuals included in the notices are prohibited from participating at any federally insured institution, the NCUA said Wednesday in a press release.
Joey E. Camp was sentenced for one count of theft. He is a former employee of Peoria Fire Fighters Credit Union in Illinois.
Amy Denise Fincher pleaded guilty to theft. She is a former employee of Rheem Arkansas Federal Credit Union in Fort Smith, Ark.
Ignacio Morales pled guilty to charges of conspiracy to defraud the government, false reports, money laundering and embezzlement. He is a former employee of Borinquen Federal Credit Union in Philadelphia.
Benjamin Tyler Severson pled no contest to a count of identity theft. He formerly worked at Marine Credit Union in La Crosse, Wis.
Shannon N. Smith was sentenced for one count of theft of property. Smith previously worked at Appalachian Community Federal Credit Union in Gray, Tenn.
Christopher Dillon Hughes and Jennifer L. Mix agreed to prohibition orders to resolve NCUA’s claims against them. Hughes is formerly affiliated with Dixies Federal Credit Union in Darlington, S.C., while Mix was previously affiliated with Hornell Erie Credit Union in New York.