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Arrested for Identity Theft at Central Sonic

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East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office News Advisory – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 09, 2011,

ARRESTED FOR IDENTITY THEFT

    On March 09, 2011, East Baton Rouge Deputies arrested Nehemia J. Warren, B/M, DOB: 09/21/91, of 6902 E. Caprice Baton Rouge, La. Warren was charged with: 24 cts. Of Identity Theft, 24 cts. Of Unauthorized Use of an Access Card, and 1 ct. of Theft. 

    Warren worked at the Sonic Drive In on Hooper Rd., as a carhop. He developed a scheme where he would pocket the cash from a cash transaction and later in the shift he would add that earlier cash transaction onto another customer’s credit card transaction.

    An audit revealed Warren’s scheme and management alerted the Sheriff’s Office. Warren was able to steal $288.06 before he was caught and booked into parish prison. 

1 Comment

  1. Ray

    March 11, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    That young man had to put a lot of thought into pulling off this scheme. Why can’t people realize if they put that much thought and effort into something productive, how successful they could become.

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