Former Bank Teller Sentenced to 2 Year in Prison in Theft Case
MCALLEN – A former bank supervisor was sentenced to two years in prison and two years’ supervised release for her role in a $1.2 million theft case.
Jill Marie Myers pleaded guilty last year to falsifying bank records and concealing the theft of funds over a 10-year period at First National Bank in Edinburg.
An investigation in 2014 revealed about $10,000 went missing from accounts every month since June of 2004.
Myers is out on bond and is expected to turn herself in to serve her sentence.
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