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Probation, gambling treatment ordered for former CU employee
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (4/1/14)--A former employee of Uncle CU, Livermore, Calif., Rhandy Tabar, is now prohibited by a National Credit Union Administration prohibition order from any future work with a federally insured financial institution. Tabar also is under orders to enter into a gambling addiction treatment program.
 
Tabar recently pleaded no contest to grand theft and embezzlement charges and has been sentenced to five years of probation. As a condition of that probation Tabar will serve the first year in county jail. 
 
The former credit union employee was also ordered to pay $606,541.33 in restitution, according to the NCUA.
 
Violation of a prohibition order is a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million.
 
Use the resource link below to access the agency's archived enforcement orders.
 
 
 
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