Ex-bank worker in Grand Junction accused of theft

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - A former vice president of a bank branch in Grand Junction is accused of embezzling $650,000 in cash over several years.

The Daily Sentinel reports Anna Louise Jones, of Loma, was advised last week of charges she faces. She had been arrested on suspicion of theft of more than $20,000, money laundering and filing a false tax return.

Jones was the vice president of teller operations at Bank of Colorado's branch at 200 Grand Ave. An arrest warrant affidavit says she came under scrutiny after an audit and was later fired.

She is free on a $10,000 bond. A phone number for her rang busy Monday, and she couldn't immediately be reached for comment.
 

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