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Former Bank Vice President Sentenced for Embezzlement

The U.S Attorney for the District of Minnesota announced last week that David Ross Slominski, former vice president of Wells Fargo Bank in Lakeville, Minnesota, was sentenced to 48 months in prison and 5 years supervised release in connection with an embezzlement scheme that involved creating millions of dollars in fictitious loans and a Ponzi scheme to cover up his misconduct. Read the full release here.

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