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Credit union employee from La Habra accused of opening $2.6 million in illegal credit lines for online boyfriend

A La Habra woman who worked at a credit union in Hawthorne and her online boyfriend are facing federal charges for allegedly running a scam in which they are accused of obtaining lines of credit totaling more than $2.6 million. Indira Mohabir, 41, and her boyfriend, Phillip Cook, 50, who recently resided in Ohio and […]
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