Posted 1 year ago
By Fred Gough
TOPEKA (AP) – A northeastern Kansas woman is expected to admit to stealing from the credit union where she once worked as manager.
A court notation entered Thursday sets a change-of-plea hearing for 47-year-old Pamela Emig of Solomon for Nov. 6 in federal court in Topeka.
Emig is charged in one count of embezzlement for allegedly stealing $817,167 from April 2005 to August 2011 from Enterprise Credit in Enterprise.
Her defense attorney, Christopher Joseph, has said his client is a good person who found herself in a difficult financial situation and made a series of bad decisions to save her farm.