District attorneys stated Hauptmann took money from Oil Country Federal Cooperative credit union in Titusville in between November 2011 and May 2015. She was CEO for about a year prior to she was prosecuted and prior to that an assistant manager.Federal district attorneys say she used cashcash loan to take the money and made fictitious deposits, opening one account in the name of her deceased mom. That was possible due to the fact that the cooperative credit union paper-based records system was rather antiquated.Prosecutors are seeking more than a year in prison.

Hauptmanns lawyer is seeking home arrest.