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Former Tazewell County School Employees Credit Union President and CEO Charles Juska was sentenced to three years in prison for bank fraud and was also ordered to serve five years of supervised release, the Credit Union Times reported Dec. 9.

U.S. District Court Chief Judge James Shadid in Peoria, Ill., said that in March 2017, he would issue a ruling over the disputed restitution amount, according to the news story.

Juska, who was found guilty of bank fraud and other felonies by a federal jury in May, is set to start his sentence April 4, 2017.