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CU System briefs (01/03/2012)
  • SUPERIOR, Wis. (1/4/12)--A former employee who pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing more than $14,030 from two member accounts at Superior (Wis.) Choice CU will spend 100 days in jail and two years under probation in a plea agreement (Duluth News Tribune Dec. 30). Shawn Wayne Johnstad, 21, pleaded guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court to felony theft and misdemeanor theft for allegedly taking the funds. Restitution of the $14,030 has been paid. If he successfully completes probation, the misdemeanor counts could be expunged from his record. Judge Kelly Thimm warned that if Johnstad's probation  and deferred judgment of conviction were revoked, he could face 11 years and eight months in prison …


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