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Procter & Gamble employee allegedly stole $100,000

June 22, 2009
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LIMA, OH — A former employee of Procter & Gamble Company is set to stand trial August 25 for allegations that he stole more than $100,000 while employed by the JanSan goliath, according to
Virgil Manns is charged with aggravated theft, a third-degree felony that holds a prison sentence of up to five years, for running up unauthorized charges on an American Express® credit card issued to Procter & Gamble, the story stated.
According to the story, although the card was issued to Virgil Manns on behalf of Procter & Gamble, the name on the account is listed as Blake Manns.
There are charges on the card of $37,825 for lodging in Orlando, FL, and $36,759 for lodging in Lima, and various other charges for stores and restaurants in excess of $1,000, the story noted.
Manns said: "I have always paid my debts on this account, I have not paid any payments late, and I make payments every month. The real issue is, I left Procter & Gamble and it kills them that they may not be ''the best'' employer in Lima. I was leaving the company to work for a bigger and better company across town."
Records show that only one payment of $100 was made toward the debt acrrued on the card, the story added.
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