Edna Boger released from prison

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Edna Barcelo Boger has been released from federal prison on an early release Her official release was March 25, 2014. She completed a two year sentence for Conspiracy to Embezzle by Bank Employees. Boger will be on supervised probation for a term of three years and must pay restitution in the amount of $344,802.50.

Boger and Rachel Leigh White both plead guilty to the Conspiracy to Embezzle charge resulting from a surprise cash audit of the San Manuel branch of Bank of the West on Aug. 24, 2009. The branch vault and teller drawers were short $689,605.97 in cash. White and Boger admitted that they had taken the missing money from their cash drawers over the previous seven years. White and Boger concealed the thefts by force balancing the drawers and the vault. They also manipulated the branch’s automated teller system to show the money was in the vault. Because they were solely responsible for the vault, their scheme went undetected for years.

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