POLICE: Louisville man stole hundreds of dollars from employer
Kenneth Ash (Picture Supply: Louisville Metro Corrections)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Graymoor-Devondale Police have arrested a Louisville man after authorities say he dedicated bank card fraud whereas he was employed at an area fuel station.
Kenneth Ash, 26, was arrested Tuesday.
In line with police, Ash allegedly “created a fraudulent credit score transaction on a card” value $907.ninety, whereas he was employed at a Speedway fuel station, situated at 1415 Lyndon Lane, close to Westport Street.
Police say Ash was caught on video surveillance utilizing one other worker’s register. Officers say he then electronically loaded a NetSpend card with the cash.
Investigators say when administration counted Ash’s drawer, there was a deficit of $900.
Authorities say Ash didn’t come again to work following the incident and retailer officers weren’t capable of make contact with him.
Retailer staff then acquired in contact with police and filed a legal grievance.
Police say the entire sum of money misplaced was over $500. Ash is charged with theft by deception.
Metro Corrections says Ash has been launched on his personal recognizance.
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