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OBED SENTENCED FOR CREDIT UNION BREAK IN

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A MAN WHO BURGLARIZED THE SIOUXLAND FEDERAL CREDIT UNION IN THE DAKOTA CITY TYSON PLANT IN 2021 HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO PRISON.

22-YEAR-OLD MIKE AKEEN OBED OF THE FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA, WAS SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR ENTERING A FEDERAL CREDIT UNION WITH THE INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY.

DAKOTA COUNTY AUTHORITIES RESPONDED TO AN ALARM AT THE CREDIT UNION LAST JUNE 11TH AND FOUND A VIRTUAL TELLER MACHINE HAD BEEN DAMAGED AND A PIECE OF THE CEILING IN THE VAULT ROOM HAD BEEN REMOVED.

LAW ENFORCEMENT HEARD A SOUND IN THE CEILING AND FOUND OBED HIDING THERE.

THEY ALSO RECOVERED A BAG CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY $218,000 IN CASH, THE SAME AMOUNT THAT WAS MISSING FROM THE CREDIT UNION’S SAFE.