Burger King Employee Arrested After Year Long Scheme Stealing $30,000
A Burger King employee from Pelham, AL is out on bond and awaiting trial after being caught stealing $30,000 over the course of a year.
Daniel Henry Andrews is charged with Theft, Identity Theft, and Computer Tampering after inputting fraudulent hours and creating multiple fake employees in order to commit the time clock fraud.
The best way for this to have worked would have been to have friends of his on the payroll, and take a cut of the money deposited into their accounts. Details as to how he was able to get away with the fraud for a year hasn't been released to the public, but an update to this story hopefully will show how not to commit time clock fraud.
Andrews is also accused of taking possession of a former employee's debit card and causing false income to be deposited onto it, before spending the money.
Daniel Henry Andrews is free after posting a $50,000 bond after being booked into the Shelby County Jail earlier this week.
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