EVENDALE, OH (FOX19) - A bank employee was arrested after being accused of stealing nearly $34,000 over a four month period.
According to an Evendale police report, the General Electric Federal Credit Union teller, 21-year-old Morgan Fuller, took a total of $33,750 while on the job.
In a signed affidavit to the courts, a GE fraud investigator outlined how the crime was allegedly committed.
The affidavit says the fraud department was alerted to some irregularities in member accounts it's a warning that came in late September, at that time no theft was suspected. To address the issue re-training was done. The problem then popped back up on Oct. 24.
The court documents show Fuller is suspected of thefts from three different accounts dating all the way back to July 5.
The affidavit says Fuller "was removing large sums of cash from the above three accounts. She would elude detection by conducting a false deposit of the money back into the account prior to leaving for the day."
The victim's account would appear normal, and the next morning Fuller would "error correct" the last deposit to show her drawer was balanced.
Fuller worked at the Credit Union branch on the GE Aviation campus in Evendale.
Fuller is one of two employees working out of the Neuman Way location and all of the thefts corresponded with Fuller's schedule.
FOX19 NOW legal analysts said she could face up to 18 months in prison if she's found guilty.