A Florida woman who’s a manager at a Dunkin Donuts hired herself as an employee and pocketed the “employee’s” checks.
Police arrested a Pinellas County Dunkin’ Donuts manager this week for grand theft, stating that she hired a fake employee, and checked in and out as that employee.
Police say the incident happened between May 16 to July 6. Markia Nelson was arrested Monday morning.
It’s reported that between May and July, Nelson logged in a total of 235 hours as a fake employee.
The arrest report states that the fake employee earned a total of $1,610.84, $8.65 an hour.
It’s reported that Nelson direct deposited the money into her own account, and later admitted to the police that the money was for “Life expenses”.
People are currently joking that she held her own interview.
Nelson was booked into the Pinellas County Jail and charged with Grand Theft.
Online records show she was since released. How Nelson got caught wasn’t reported.