Robert and Tiffany Williams of Montoursville also face bank overdraft charges of about $ 107,000, according to a criminal complaint filed in Liangon County Circuit Court.
In an interview with Tiffany Williams, authorities said money
The banking error occurred on May 31 when a Georgia customer made a $ 120,000 deposit and the BB&T Cashier entered the wrong account number. When a customer contacts the bank to ask for a missing deposit, investigators discover that the funds have been credited to Williams' joint account, the statement said.
"While we cannot comment on the specifics of this issue because of customer confidentiality practices, we always work as quickly as possible to resolve any issue that affects our customers," said Brian Davis, a spokesman for BB&T, in a statement to CNN.
"We are also constantly working to improve our customer service and operating procedures to ensure the best possible customer experience."
The Bank tried to call the couple several times.
When the bank contacted Tiffany Williams on June 21
Some of the money also went to pay bills for car repairs, and the couple gave $ 15,000 to "friends in need of money," Tiffany Williams told investigators, according to the release.
Tiffany Williams told the bank that she would try to come up with an agreement to repay the money owed, but the bank failed to contact the couple after that telephone call on June 21, the affidavit said.
credited the correct account with $ 120,000 and debited the same amount from the wrong one, the affidavit said.
Both Tiffany and Robert Williams have told investigators that they know the money does not belong to them, according to the release.
Accessed by CNN under a phone number listed in public records for Robert Williams, a person who does not identify himself as "having no comment about it at this time" and does not yet know the name of the public defender in the case.
"I mean, with all the procedures the banks have put in place and, you know, vetting and double-checking, a triple check, there is no way anyone can get around this, "Weaver told WNEP.
WNEP announces that the couple has been released on $ 25,000 bail.