Deborah Marcarelli, ex-bank manager at Chase Bank on Route 17 in Tuxedo, pleads guilty to stealing $130,000 from ATM machine

A former assistant bank manager pleaded guilty today to stealing thousands of dollars from an ATM machine.

A former assistant bank manager pleaded guilty today to stealing thousands of dollars from an ATM machine. (3/11/14)

TUXEDO - A former assistant bank manager pleaded guilty today to stealing thousands of dollars from an ATM machine.

Deborah Marcarelli turned herself in after stealing the money from an ATM at a Chase Bank on Route 17 in Tuxedo.  She stole $130,000 over the course of three years, and promised to pay all of the money back.

Marcarelli, who lives in Sloatsburg, told police she took the money because her husband is unemployed and she was having trouble paying her bills.

She is scheduled to be sentenced on May 20.

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