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LP Manager Gets 3 Years for Stealing Nearly $230K from Self-Checkout Scheme

A Portland, Oregon woman convicted of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from Fred Meyer self-checkout machines has been sentenced to three years in prison.

A jury in March convicted Emily Tallman, 37, the store loss prevention manager, of stealing nearly $230,000 from the machines. The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office previously said Tallman stole the money at the Fred Meyer Gateway store from January 25, 2017 through June 21, 2017. Tallman was sentenced to three years in prison April 12. She was convicted March 5 on 14 counts of first-degree theft and seven counts of first-degree aggravated theft… KPTV12 Oregon

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