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7 Others Implicated - Feb 11, 1991 - Omaha World-Herald

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Feb 11, 1991 7 Others Implicated; [Metro Edition] Omaha World - Herald. Omaha, Neb. pg. 5

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(Copyright 1991 Omaha World-Herald Company)

The Franklin Credit Union Case

In addition to Lawrence E. King Jr. and his wife, Alice, seven others were charged with crimes stemming from the collapse of the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union.

They are:

- E. Thomas Harvey Jr., Franklin's chief accountant, and his mother, Mary Jane Harvey, a close associate of King. Each pleaded guilty to one count of embezzling and one count of evading federal income taxes. Now that their testimony isn't needed at a trial of the Kings, they are expected to be sentenced soon.

- Three Franklin certificate-of-deposit salesmen: Noel Seltzer, Robert F. Morley and Larry J. Murray. They received these sentences: Seltzer, seven months in prison; Morley, probation, five months of house arrest and $1,000 fine; and Murray, six months in prison.

- Sandra Rhode Prucha, administrative assistant to King at Franklin. She was indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of bank fraud. She has pleaded innocent.

- Jerry Quintero, a bookkeeper at Franklin. He was charged with embezzling money from Franklin in 1984-87. He pleaded guilty and was placed under six months of house arrest, was given four years of probation and was ordered to pay $33,000 restitution and to perform 300 hours of community service.

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