Ex-Wachovia Manager Gets 7 Years For $14M Scam

Law360, New York (June 3, 2011, 5:39 PM EDT) -- A former Wachovia Bank Corp. manager who pled guilty in March to stealing $14.1 million from customers — and using it to buy luxuries like a helicopter and two zebras — was sentenced Friday in Virginia to seven years in prison.

Linda Speaks Tribby, who was a business relationship manager for the bank, must also pay full restitution and forfeit the cash in her bank accounts, six real estate properties, the helicopter, a boat, a slew of farm equipment and 26 vehicles, including late-model luxury cars,...
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USA v. Tribby


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1:11-mj-00046

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Virginia Eastern

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John F. Anderson

Date Filed

January 21, 2011

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