MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) - A Durant woman today pleaded guilty to a federal bank fraud charge.
Prosecutors say Donna Reynolds created false and fraudulent loans in the name of customers of First Texoma National Bank where she worked. Authorities say she then took the money from the loans for her personal use.
Prosecutors say Reynolds also used certificates of deposit of
another customer without the customer's knowledge as collateral for
a $150,000 loan which she deposited into her accounts.
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