During her court appearance, and according to court documents,
Huskins admitted that from about Jan. 1, 1996, to Nov. 4, 2013,
when she was employed as the head teller of the State Bank of
Lincoln, she embezzled approximately $1,982,685 for her personal
use. Huskins admitted that in her position as head teller, she
had access to the bank’s vault and was entrusted with
significant access to portions of the vault that maintained
large amounts of cash. Huskins admitted that she disguised the
embezzlement by personally participating in audits of cash
amounts, representing that a certain bag contained an amount of
currency, when, in fact, she knew that the bag did not hold
currency, but merely other empty currency bags.
investigation was conducted by agents of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation with the full cooperation of the State Bank of
Lincoln. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney
John E. Childress.