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Employee Indicted for Grand Theft

A Williams County man has been accused of stealing Apple products from a Rossford business where he worked.

Jordan R. Tressler, 29, of Edon, was indicted Wednesday for grand theft, a fourth-degree felony.

On Dec. 23 in Rossford, police responded to the Amazon Fulfillment Center for a report of an employee theft. Loss prevention reported Tressler had stolen from the company on several occasion with a total loss of $8,635.

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Tressler reportedly worked on the line, placing items into packaging for shipping. Loss prevention reported he would select Apple products from the plastic totes. He would allegedly hide the items in his clothes and mark the items as missing in the computer system, claiming that the items were never in the plastic tote.

Tressler admitted to police he had taken the items, which included 10-12 Apple watches, an AirPod Pro and two iPads, according to the police report…   Sentinel-Tribune

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