Police: Toys’R’Us Employee Made 14 Fraudulent Returns
A woman employed at a local Toys"R"Us is accused of making 14 fake returns and keeping the return money for herself.
The Ulster Police Department arrested 31-year-old Adrianne N. Grassi of Kingston following a complaint of employee theft from the Toys"R"Us store located at 401 Frank E. Sottile Blvd. in the Town of Ulster.
According to Toys"R"Us Protection, between January 2017 and March 2017, Grassi completed 14 fraudulent merchandise return transactions totaling $928.16.
After completing the transactions, Grassi then took the money and kept it for herself, police say.
Grassi was charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor. She was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the Town of Ulster Justice Court.
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