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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Ex-bank employee who took $84,000 to get year in jail In Connecticutt


Former Webster Bank Supervisor Kimberly MacDonald will be sentenced in January to a year in prison for stealing $84,000 by removing bills from the center of strapped cash bundles, and replacing them with $1 bills.

MacDonald, 40, of 237 Moore Drive, in Torrington, turned over $20,000 to the bank Tuesday when the terms of a plea agreement were outlined in Superior Court before Judge James P. Ginocchio. She will be sentenced to five years of probation following her release to repay the remainder of what she stole.

MacDonald admitted taking the cash over five years from Webster Bank branch at 155 Main St. in Thomaston where she was a teller supervisor. She was arrested last December, telling police she starting replacing $100 and other large bills in stacks of $2,000 in cash.

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