Webster woman sentenced in connection to theft from thrift store deposits

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A former bank employee from Webster who admitted to a federal embezzlement charge has been sentenced to 60 days in federal prison.

Angelica Gebur, 43, was sentenced at the federal courthouse in Aberdeen on Aug. 8 on a single charge of theft, embezzlement and misapplication by a bank employee.

District Judge Charles B. Kornmann also placed her on supervised release for two years and ordered that she pay $38,986 in restitution to Needs Anonymous Thrift Store and a $100 special assessment to the Federal Crime Victims Fund.

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She pleaded guilty to the charge in May, admitting to taking cash from weekly deposits made by the Needs Anonymous Thrift Store in Webster, according to court documents. Gebur was an employee at CorTrust Bank at the time. The cash deposits included a note with the amount of the deposit, but not an official deposit slip.

Approximately $38,986 was taken from the deposits between March 22, 2018, and June 18, 2021, according to court documents. She was indicted in February.

Gebur was ordered to self-report to the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service by Sept. 13.

This article originally appeared on Aberdeen News: Webster woman sentenced on federal embezzlement charge