HOUSTON (AP) - A now-former bank teller in Houston who stole
money by changing withdrawal and deposit slips faces up to 30 years
The U.S. attorney's office on Wednesday announced 27-year-old
Angela Harris pleaded guilty to three counts of bank fraud. Harris,
who worked for Wachovia Bank, was indicted in August.
Prosecutors say Harris admitted defrauding the bank and some
customers by forging and altering withdrawal and deposit slips to
steal nearly $18,000.
Harris, who is free on bond pending sentencing Jan. 26, 2010,
faces a fine of up to $1 million.
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