No charges filed against grocery store employee accused of stealing deli meat, report says


    FILE - Giant Eagle store. (WSYX/WTTE)

    A grocery store employee accused of taking thousands of dollars worth of deli meat will not be charged, per a FOX 8 Cleveland report.

    No charges against grocery store employee accused of stealing deli meat

    BOLIVAR- The Tuscarawas County Prosecutor"s Office has decided not to pursue criminal charges against a Giant Eagle employee accused of stealing deli meat. The 28-year-old woman was accused of taking $9,200 worth of deli meat earlier this month at the Lawrence Township Giant Eagle after a loss prevention manager received a tip she was stealing.

    FOX 8 says the Tuscarawas County Prosecutor’s Office has decided not to pursue criminal charges against the woman.

    The store's manager says she had eaten three to five pieces of ham every day over the course of eight years, valued at $9,200.

    Grocery store employee admits to eating $9,200 worth of deli meat, charged with felony

    BOLIVAR, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) - A grocery store employee with a hankering for lunch meat is facing felony theft charges after she was accused of eating $9,200 worth of deli meat from a Giant Eagle store in Ohio.

    Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Hale said the woman admitted to the theft.

    The case was then turned over to the prosecutor's office for review where they decided to not charge her.

    The Cleveland news station said the case is considered closed as of Wednesday.



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