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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Former bank teller in Trenton, Tennessee indicted on theft charge by federal grand jury

A federal grand jury in Jackson has indicted a former Trenton bank teller accused of stealing funds.The Jackson Sun reported that Megan N. Barron is accused of taking $2,700 from Farmer's and Merchants Bank in Trenton while working as a teller from April through November of 2009.The U.S. District Court Clerk's Office said Barron is charged with theft, embezzlement or misapplication by a bank officer.Reached by telephone in Jackson on Wednesday, Barron's attorney Mark Donahoe said he is working with prosecutors and he anticipates the case will be resolved to the satisfaction of the government and his client.

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