Police: Teen Made Over $4,000 in Fake Returns at Local Sam’s Club
A Hudson Valley teen is accused of pocketing over $4,000 in fake returns while working at a local Sam's Club.
On Tuesday, the Ulster Police Department reported the arrest of 19-year-old Taahira T. Morris of Kingston following a complaint of employee theft from the Sam’s Club on Frank E. Sottile Boulevard in the Town of Ulster.
An investigation conducted by Sam’s Club Loss Prevention and Ulster police revealed Morris, between December of 2018 and February of 2019, while employed by Sam’s Club, made fraudulent return transactions resulting in a loss or $4194.79, officials say.
Morris is accused of completing the fraudulent return transactions and taking the refunded money.
Morris was charged with the felony grand larceny. She was arraigned in the Town of Ulster Justice Court and released on her own recognizance and is to appear back in the Town of Ulster Justice Court on a future date.
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