HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Federal prosecutors say a former manager embezzled more than a quarter-million dollars from the HD York Federal Credit Union.
Sherry Garner, 53, of Red Lion, is charged with bank larceny and tax evasion.
Garner is accused of stealing $252,106 from the York credit union between 2010 and 2013. Prosecutors said she also failed to report $70,983 in stolen income on her federal income tax return for 2011, thereby evading $19,069 in federal income taxes.
A plea agreement was filed with the charging documents. In the agreement, Garner admitted to evading a total of $62,704 in federal income taxes.
U.S. Attorney Peter Smith said she has agreed to make restitution to the credit union and the IRS.
HD York Federal Credit Union merged with White Rose Credit Union on May 30, 2014.