Plea Deal Reached in Wrentham Bank Fraud Case

If approved in U.S. District Court, Debra Antonitis will plead guilty to bank fraud charges after taking over $100,000 from Wrentham Co-operative Bank.

A plea deal has been agreed to between the U.S. Attorney's Office and
a North Attleboro woman who took over $100,000 from Wrentham
Co-operative Bank while employed by the bank.

If approved in U.S. District Court, Debra Antonitis will plead guilty
to bank fraud according to the U.S. Attorney's Massachusetts Office.

The deal, agreed to by both Antonitis and the U.S. Attorneys, recommends that Antonitis be sentenced to one year of probation, six months of which would be served under house arrest, a $3,000 fine, and restitution of $112,385.

The plea aggrement will now have to be approved in U.S. District Court. No court date has been set.

Rene O'Neil December 01, 2012 at 05:36 PM
Are you kidding me! Thats it! She ripped off over 100 thousand dollars over a period of years and she isn't even going to Jail? Thats disgusting,
Seriously? December 01, 2012 at 07:27 PM
That plea agreement, if approved, is a gross miscarriage of justice. This woman stole from elderly and disabled people. She abused her position in the worst possible way. She is still out there denying and lying to her "friends". I sincerely hope the judge has more sense than the US Attorney. She deserves to be locked up.
paul gerard December 05, 2012 at 12:22 AM
And we all act so surpised when Wall Street steals your 401-k or smokes your mortgage in crack pipe/ or takes money rite from your account the Prosecutor should should be ashmed.The message being sent here is why commit grand theft auto and realy get time or get into the banking industry and steal them blind and get spanked
outraged! January 17, 2013 at 07:44 PM
Stealing was the only choice she had to keep up with everyone. Have some sympathy "NOT"! She is the lowest of the low. How can a judge except that plea? Seems to me the plea is just a long vacation in her house that the victims paid for I’m sure.


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