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Employee allegedly takes $11,000 from Boardman store

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BOARDMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A Boardman man who went to work on Wednesday, left unemployed and in handcuffs.

According to a report filed by township police, 36-year-old  Shane Yesovich provided a written confession in which he admitted taking bank deposits from his employer, the Dollar General Store at 271 Boardman-Canfield Road.

Yesovich allegedly took $10,989.55  in deposits over a period beginning in July of last year, up until the time of his confession.

Police found five more deposits totaling $1,188.28 hidden under the mat in the trunk of Yesovich's car.

Yesovich told police that he wanted to co-operate with the investigation and return the money.

A bank representative working with Dollar General claims that the actual amount stolen may be much higher.

Yesovich was arraigned on a charge of theft in county court in Boardman.

He's free on $4,000 bond and has another court date set for March 25.

 

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