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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
EASTERN DIVISION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

v.

No. 03 CR 03 CR 0744
Violation: Title 29, United

JUDY NOWAK

States Code, Section 501(c)

The SPECIAL FEBRUARY 2002-2 Grand Jury charges:

  1. At all times material to this indictment:
    1. The National Association of Letter Carriers, Branch 1107, AFL-CIO, (the “Union”), was a labor organization engaged in an industry affecting commerce.
    2. Defendant JUDY NOWAK (“NOWAK”) was the union’s treasurer. In her capacity as union treasurer, defendant NOWAK had access to and control over union funds which were maintained in an account at Bank One, Wilmette, Illinois. Defendant NOWAK had the authority to make deposits to the union’s bank accounts and to write checks on behalf of the union, for union matters only.
  2. From on or about April 10, 2000 and continuing to on or about May 3, 2002, at Wilmette, Illinois and elsewhere in the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division,

JUDY NOWAK,

defendant herein, embezzled, stole, and unlawfully and willfully abstracted and converted to her own use moneys and funds of a labor organization of which she was an officer, specifically, in excess of $10,000 from the union’s treasury, by writing checks payable to herself and to cash and then converting the union’s funds to her own use, all without the knowledge and consent of the Union,

In violation of Title 29, United States Code, Section 501 (c).

A TRUE BILL:

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FOREPERSON

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UNITED STATES ATTORNEY