McALLEN, Texas -- (AP / KABB) -- A teller responsible for monitoring cash in a South Texas bank's vaults managed to steal about $10,000 a month for a decade, taking more than $1.2 million before an ownership change revealed the loss, federal prosecutors say.
Jill Marie Myers, 42, of McAllen pleaded guilty Tuesday to falsifying bank records to conceal theft of funds over a 10-year period. Myers is set to be sentenced in April. She faces up to 30 years in federal prison and a possible $1 million fine. She has agreed to pay restitution.