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AZ woman pleads guilty in embezzlement case

CASA GRANDE, AZ (AP) -

An Arizona woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $780,000 from the Pinal County Federal Credit Union in Casa Grande.

The Casa Grande Dispatch reports that Jennelle Rena Curtis pleaded guilty to two counts of embezzling from a credit union Thursday as part of a plea agreement.

Court documents show that Curtis embezzled the money in 2009. She worked at the credit union from 2002 until 2011.

As part of a plea agreement, Curtis admitted issuing around 100 bank checks totaling $780,697 for personal use.

Prosecutors will recommend a sentence of between 24 and 30 months for Curtis as part of a plea deal.

Sentencing is slated in September.

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