ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — This case dates back more than two-and-a-half years. Many of WDHN’s viewers, I’m sure do remember it, especially those who were victimized.

At the end of April, Coffee County deputies transported Marin Marela from her home in Houston, Texas back to the Wiregrass.

She is charged with 11-counts of identity theft in the scam of All In Credit Union members back in January 2020.

The 30-year-old Romanian national, along with accomplices, allegedly obtained debit card numbers and PIN numbers, where they reportedly siphoned dollars from credit union member accounts.

At this time, Mirela is the only suspect in custody. She’s scheduled for a June arraignment in a Coffee County court where an interpreter is required for the proceedings.

Mirela is being held under a $330,000 bond. If she does meet the bond, the U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement agency (known by the acronym ICE) is expected to ensure that she does not leave the country.

An All In Credit Union spokesperson says they are working with local authorities, and are not currently able to comment on the case because is an ongoing investigation.