Federal charges Lubbock bank employee, Bailey Co. counterfeiting - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Federal charges Lubbock bank employee, Bailey Co. counterfeiting

By James Clark | email 

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – A Lubbock federal grand jury indicts two people for conspiracy and other charges related to counterfeit money.  The grand jury accuses Sylvia Marie Olivarez and Narciso Guana III of making, having, and spending fake 5-dollar, 20-dollar, 50-dollar and 100-dollar bills in Bailey County.

Also, from that same Lubbock federal grand jury but in an unrelated case, Mary Francis Dunn is charged with misapplication of bank funds.  The indictment says Dunn was an employee of PlainsCapital bank in Lubbock and City Bank of Lubbock and "did knowingly and willfully misapply and embezzle a sum in excess of $1,000."  However, the indictment does not say specifically how much money she's accused of misapplying from both banks.

Both indictments were made public Friday in federal court records.

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