Former New Hampshire banker gets 2 years for client theft

January 31, 2020 GMT

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire woman was sentenced to at least two years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to charges she stole from an elderly client, according to the office of the New Hampshire attorney general.

Britt K. Landsperger, age 46, of Stratham, had plead guilty to theft by unauthorized taking and was sentenced Friday in Rockingham County Superior Court.

An investigation revealed that between 2013 and 2018, Landsperger was bank manager who exercised unauthorized control over money from seven bank accounts belonging to the victim, a bank customer identified as C.M. The total value of the money taken from all of C.M.’s accounts was $94,303, prosecutors said.

TD Bank has made full restitution to CM, prosecutors said.

Landsperger’s attorney said he appreciated the judge’s time and thoughtfulness that went into the sentence and said his client was eager to move on with her life.