A 29-year-old former bank teller pleaded not guilty Monday to allegations that she embezzled more than $60,000 from elderly patrons, some of whom suffered from dementia.
Jeanne Ann Dey of Indian Hills faces four counts: three charges of embezzlement involving a victim age 60 or older, and one count of embezzlement.
The crimes reportedly took place in 2010 and 2011.
Dey is accused of setting up accounts, then archiving the accounts so the victims didn't receive statements.
She would then allegedly withdraw money from the accounts.
Judge Michael Gibbons set alternate dates for a trial which is expected to last …