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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office arrested one of its own Saturday.

JSO civilian employee Jennifer Entner, 32, was arrested and charged with forgery at a bank on the Westside.

An off-duty JSO officer working at the VyStar Credit Union on Normandy Boulevard was alerted by the bank of an alleged fraud taking place on a customer account, according to JSO.

Entner was a civilian employee in the Records and ID section. She has since resigned, according to JSO.

Entner is charged with multiple counts of both forgery and uttering of forged documents. A relative of the Entner's died last month and she was allegedly attempting to withdraw money from the account, according to JSO.

This is an active investigation. Other arrests are possible, but JSO says there are no other JSO employees involved.

Editor's Note: A previous version of this story said Jennifer Entner was employee of theIntegrity/Special Investigations Unit, but she was not. She was an employee in the Records and ID section of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.