Woman embezzled more than $129,000 from First National Bank, prosecutors say
A Spring Hill woman embezzled more than $129,000 from First National Bank while she was an assistant branch manager and head teller between 2008 and 2011, federal prosecutors say.
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Diana Phillips, 39, on charges of bank embezzlement and making false entries in bank records. The indictment doesn't say what branch of the bank she worked at.
There was no listing for Phillips and no attorney listed for her in court records.
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