Report: Worker stole $666 from Fort Mill gas station

The HeraldJanuary 27, 2014 

Sleezer

— A worker is accused of stealing $666 from the BP gas station in Fort Mill.

Christopher Michael Sleezer, 18, of Fort Mill is charged with breach of trust, three counts of financial transaction card fraud, and one count of financial transaction card theft according to the York County Sheriff's Office.

An assistant manager of the store on Hwy. 21 told deputies that her employee, Sleezer, stole the cash from a safe at about 10 a.m. Friday. Surveillance video shows Sleezer grab a tube of money from a safe, put the cash in his pocket and then replace the empty tube, a sheriff's office report states.

The assistant manager provided police with a receipt of how much was stolen, which totaled $666.02.

Warrants were issued, and Sleezer was arrested Sunday at his house. He is booked at the Moss Justice Center on a $5,470 bond.

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