Bank Embezzlement

By: AP
By: AP

A Washtenaw County woman has been charged with embezzling $704,000 from Key Bank over a 10-year period.
The charge against Dianna DeLawter of Manchester was filed Tuesday in federal court in Detroit. It was filed as a criminal "information," which is negotiated between parties.
Defense attorney David Goldstein says a guilty plea is likely.
The 49-year-old DeLawter worked at a Key Bank branch in Chelsea. The court document says the embezzlement began in May 2001. Bank spokesman Dan Davis says it was uncovered through internal monitoring.
Asked why the money was taken, Goldstein would only say that DeLawter had problems.

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  • by Anonymous on Apr 13, 2011 at 10:34 PM
    How do you have that much problems that you need 3/4 of a million dollars?
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      by Anonymous on Apr 15, 2011 at 03:14 PM in reply to
      You are the person that judges people with out knowing the facts. You obviously dont know this person or know what the situation is. I guess as along as you are talking and passing judgement on her you are leaving someone else alone. You need to leave you comments to yourself if you dont know what the ----your talking about.
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