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Louisville pair allegedly stole $31,000 from credit union

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Roderick Jones (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Roderick Jones (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
Christie Jones (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Christie Jones (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say they've arrested two people for stealing over $31,000 from a local credit union almost two years ago.

According to arrest warrants, 45-year-old Roderick M. Jones and 52-year-old Christie Jones had a joint account at the Auto Truck Federal Credit Union during the time period beginning Sept. 25, 2012 and ending Oct. 2, 2012.

During that time, the pair allegedly used an ATM at the credit union to deposit several bad checks into the account, then walked into the credit union to withdraw the money before the check was returned for insufficient funds.

The two allegedly made eight fraudulent deposits, totaling $31,660.

According to the arrest warrants, police were called, and were able to obtain surveillance video of the suspects as they were making the transactions.

A warrant was issued, and the two were taken into custody early Thursday morning.

They're are charged with theft by deception.

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