Steele bank vice president accused of stealing money from organizations over a 10-year span

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STEELE, North Dakota — A Steele woman is accused of stealing nearly $17,000 from multiple organizations over a 10-year span while working as a vice president at Northland Financial in the town.

Rhonda Binder could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted of misapplication of entrusted property. Court documents do not list an attorney for her, and she did not immediately respond to an Associated Press request for comment Friday.

KXMB-TV reports that some of the stolen money belonged to sports and charitable groups. It went missing between December 2005 and this past February, when Binder resigned from the bank. She told authorities she has paid back the money.

She is due in court on June 15.

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