JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A former credit union worker is going to prison for fraud.
A jury convicted Brittany Johnson, 27, on two counts of defrauding a financial institution by schemes, two counts of criminal use of personal identification information, and two counts of grand theft.
A judge sentenced her to five years in prison for each of those six counts.
Prosecutors argued Johnson, while working at the Community First Credit Union, made illegal transactions from the accounts of two elderly customers.
Johnson must serve five years of probation and pay $32,200 in restitution to the credit union.