Bank employee pleads guilty to stealing $250,000 from Black Hawk branch
GOLDEN, Colo. – A woman has admitted to stealing more than $250,000 from a bank she used to work at in Black Hawk.
Autumn Rene Guillot of Central City was the assistant branch manager at the Black Hawk branch of the Credit Union of the Rockies during 2011 when the theft occurred.
Bank officials contacted Black Hawk Police in November 2011 when they became suspicious of after an unannounced “spot” audit uncovered discrepancies in their ledger.
According to Pam Russell, spokeswoman for District Attorney Peter Weir, two deposits listed in the branch’s general ledger had not been received by the clearinghouse. The ledger was reportedly maintained by Guillot.
According to police, Guillot could face a prison sentence of four to 12 years.
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