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Tuesday, September 02, 2014         

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Former bank manager gets six months for embezzlement

By Nelson Daranciang

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A former First Hawaiian Bank manager is going to jail for six months for embezzling more than $2.6 million over 10 years.

Lani Ann Miho had already repaid more than $2 million by the time bank officials discovered the theft in October 2010 because Miho stole the money by opening consumer loan, line of credit and credit card accounts for fictitious people and for which she made loan payments over the years.

All that was outstanding on the accounts was $609,449, which she paid back before the bank turned the case over to the FBI for criminal prosecution.

Miho, 52, must also pay a $7,500 fine.






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