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By Hilde Kate Lysiak
A Sunbury man was charged after allegedly stealing thirty dollars from his co-workers at local Kohl’s in Monroe Township at 3/13/19, according to police.
Larry Jerome Bledsoe, 30, was allegedly caught swiping the cash out of the coats in the employee break room, according to police.
Management was on to the alleged ruse and set up a trap by placing several store coats “designated as collateral to prove if the money was being stolen,” according to the criminal complaint.
The complaint continued, “[…] Bledsoe admitted to taking money out of coat pockets that were hung in the employee designated area of Kohl’s department store while looking for cigarettes.”
Bledsoe was charged with Theft, and Receiving Stolen Property.
A hearing will be held on 5/08, at 11:45, at 1025 us rt 522, in Selinsgrove Pa.