Casper man who stole nearly $50K from credit union gets 6 years of supervised probation


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CASPER, Wyoming — A Casper man who stole nearly $50,000 from a credit union has been sentenced to six years of supervised probation.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports ( ) Kevin Markus Walsh was sentenced Wednesday for using his mother's employee code to break into Families First Credit Union and take money out of the vault. He was accused of covering security cameras with tape and entering the building before dawn on June 14.

Police say Walsh became a suspect after they learned he was about to buy a new vehicle with cash. He later led authorities to the cash hidden in his basement, and police recovered $47,740 and a rifle from the home.

Walsh said in court Wednesday "I know I screwed up big time."

Information from: Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune,

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