A former credit union employee has been indicted on counts of bank fraud and identity theft.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury handed up a 10-count indictment against Petronella G. Brown (also known as Peggy Brown).
Brown, of South Jordan, worked for Beehive Credit Union in its Salt Lake City operations center as a checking specialist, according to the indictment. Part of her job included handling returned mail items, which included credit union client debit cards and personal identification numbers.
Federal prosecutors say Brown used debit cards and other means to withdraw $3,780 in cash from ATM machines.
If convicted, Brown faces up to 15 years in prison for two counts of aggravated identity theft, up to 10 years each on four counts of device fraud and up to five years on four counts of bank fraud.