Three TJ Maxx employees in Idaho allegedly stole thousands of dollars in merchandise in a scheme foiled by the corporate office. According to an affidavit of probable cause obtained by EastIdahoNews.com, a Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputy visited the store on Oct. 9 after the district loss prevention manager in Utah became suspicious of three employees stealing items from the store.
All three of the employees admitted to management and deputies to stealing or helping steal items over several months. The exact amount taken remains unknown but could be upwards of $6,000. Lissette Galvan, 18, Sonia Castro, 20 and Angel Cisneros-Ambers, 19, are charged with felony grand theft for their alleged involvement in the scheme. When detectives spoke with the corporate loss prevention manager, she said the trio would ring each other up at the register and void some of the items. Additionally… KPVI6 News