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A Dickinson County woman pleaded guilty to a crime that dragged on for more than six years.
Deborah Bomia, 46, of Enterprise, Kan. was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to pay $85,000 in restitution for embezzlement. Bomia embezzled money from the Enterprise Credit Union while she worked there from April 30, 2005 to Aug. 8, 2011.
Bomia used an elaborate check kiting scheme with accounts in her name at the credit union. She would make a big deposit at the end of the month that was included in the general ledger. However, the actual deposit was not sent to the corporate checking account until the middle of the next month. While that crime occurred, a large check would be drafted from Bomia's checking account.
The final deposit in the general ledger in July 2011 was $85,000. Money was never put in the credit union's corporate account.
Enterprise is east of the city of Abilene.
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