Former Bank Vice President Sentenced To Federal Prison for Embezzling $1.2 Million
The U.S Attorney's Office for the Western District of Texas issued a press release on February 3, 2006 announcing that Rosa Sullivan, 49, of San Antonio, Texas, will spend 46 months in federal prison for stealing $1.2 million from the Bank of Sierra Blanca. Sullivan was also ordered to pay $884,473 restitution to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and be placed under supervised release for a period of five years after completing her prison term. See the release here.
The release was brought to our attention by a post on the White Collar Crime Prof Blog.