PITTSBURGH (AP) – An Ellwood City woman is due to be arraigned by a federal magistrate on charges she stole more than $100,000 from the tiny, church-affiliated credit union she used to manage.
Fifty-nine-year-old Victoria Rozanski was indicted earlier this month on a charge she embezzled money from Holy Redeemer Parish Federal Credit Union between January 2003 and May 2009. Rozanski has declined to comment.
The credit union, which also is located in Ellwood City, about 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, had 234 members and assets of nearly $630,000 when it was absorbed last year by the much larger Freedom United Federal Credit Union.
Rozanski’s court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in Pittsburgh.
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