Burger King money missing

Burger King money missing

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Just Looking Around

Lewisburg, TN

#1 Apr 29, 2010
She (mgr) took almost 2,000.00 by voiding reciepts, makes the paper and is arrested. Something strange here......steal thousands from a church and you don't get arrested. MMMMMMMMM, what is the difference?
check again

Lebanon, TN

#2 Apr 29, 2010
Erin Frost has been arrested, it's published on the timesnews.net website :)
Jumping the Gun

Rogersville, TN

#3 Apr 29, 2010
Just Looking Around wrote:
She (mgr) took almost 2,000.00 by voiding reciepts, makes the paper and is arrested. Something strange here......steal thousands from a church and you don't get arrested. MMMMMMMMM, what is the difference?
Uh gee mom, I don't know. Maybe the church thing took a lot of man hours and gathering of information to, you know, get it right. What's that word I am looking for, oh yes, common sense. When you don't have it, another word goes with it, impatience and ignorance. I have never seen a simple theft, a speeding ticket, or a shoplifting takes several weeks to investigate, solve and make an arrest. Sit back and see what you think about that. Remember, no matter what, there are two sides every story but the one you have to remember is the one about a mob being a monster, heads enough but NO brains!! That's mostly what we have on here all the time.
Yes

Lebanon, TN

#4 Apr 29, 2010
Just Looking Around wrote:
She (mgr) took almost 2,000.00 by voiding reciepts, makes the paper and is arrested. Something strange here......steal thousands from a church and you don't get arrested. MMMMMMMMM, what is the difference?
Hell....I know of a woman who stole around $50,000 from a local factory and did not get arrested. Just had to pay it back and she got fired. If who you are stealing from does not press charges then you don't get arrested.
Hummerville

AOL

#5 Apr 30, 2010
Yes wrote:
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Hell....I know of a woman who stole around $50,000 from a local factory and did not get arrested. Just had to pay it back and she got fired. If who you are stealing from does not press charges then you don't get arrested.
I wouldn't doubt that a bit. The work place/business relationships that go on here are almost incestuous. People know each other through church or they are related, they do drugs together or they had sex once and things are let go in order to avoid further stink. God forbid a person should be embarrassed but it's ok for the factory to lay off a few people because some office thief couldn't control his/her greed. I hope those who let her go know she may move on to having access to their IRA investments or their bank accounts or their property taxes. Bigger and better career challenges.

“You know they all....pretend”

Since: Nov 08

Flush 'em out, TN

#6 Apr 30, 2010
Hummerville wrote:
<quoted text>I wouldn't doubt that a bit. The work place/business relationships that go on here are almost incestuous. People know each other through church or they are related, they do drugs together or they had sex once and things are let go in order to avoid further stink. God forbid a person should be embarrassed but it's ok for the factory to lay off a few people because some office thief couldn't control his/her greed. I hope those who let her go know she may move on to having access to their IRA investments or their bank accounts or their property taxes. Bigger and better career challenges.
Well stated.
If I may, add into the GOB mix those who do what they do out of fear of these fat cats, who have "something on them".

Although it was quite by accident at the time, I've come to appreciate not being related to anyone in town, not attending the same churches they do or doing my banking in a locally-owned bank; this keeps "their" hooks out of me.

Very liberating, especially when I've come to know and be friends with many good people in town who have to be careful of what they do or say because they find themselves in situations such as you describe.

It's a damn shame and it needs to be broken up, if this town and it's many good people are to survive and prosper.
phoenix

Johnson City, TN

#7 May 2, 2010
Jumping the Gun wrote:
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Uh gee mom, I don't know. Maybe the church thing took a lot of man hours and gathering of information to, you know, get it right. What's that word I am looking for, oh yes, common sense. When you don't have it, another word goes with it, impatience and ignorance. I have never seen a simple theft, a speeding ticket, or a shoplifting takes several weeks to investigate, solve and make an arrest. Sit back and see what you think about that. Remember, no matter what, there are two sides every story but the one you have to remember is the one about a mob being a monster, heads enough but NO brains!! That's mostly what we have on here all the time.
yeah, they actually had to do actual police work for the church case, the burger king case, the upper management caught the errors, did the work accused and questioned the manager, she admitted and apologized, she was fired, and signed a statement for them to file against her when they were ready to press charges. then over a month later, she makes the paper for the crime, and the arrest.
when the cops have to do the work it will make the paper at first with "suspected of" and "the accused" words being used, and then nothing else will be printed until years down the road, if ever.
heathern

Johnson City, TN

#8 May 2, 2010
if yu steel yur hands shud be cut off like in the bible
Mattew Ch 7

Knoxville, TN

#9 May 2, 2010
heathern wrote:
if yu steel yur hands shud be cut off like in the bible
If ur going to refer to the bible read a little deeper just cause it says (a eye for a eye) doesnt mean u take someones eye "STUDY" if people did that instead of going around an quit asssuming things this world would me a better place
So Smart

Rogersville, TN

#10 May 2, 2010
phoenix wrote:
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yeah, they actually had to do actual police work for the church case, the burger king case, the upper management caught the errors, did the work accused and questioned the manager, she admitted and apologized, she was fired, and signed a statement for them to file against her when they were ready to press charges. then over a month later, she makes the paper for the crime, and the arrest.
when the cops have to do the work it will make the paper at first with "suspected of" and "the accused" words being used, and then nothing else will be printed until years down the road, if ever.
Maybe because all the media are constantly calling the law enforcement agencies and asking for offense and arrest reports and any crimes that have occurred. You know,(public information). And since the police don't audit Burger King, and Hardee's and other places maybe they have to wait untile they get a complaint to act. But they could catch them and I know how. We could put a cop in every fast food restaurant, motel, gas station and all the business's and they would be right on top of their every move. I am sure that if a cop was stationed at burger king 24/7 whoever this was would have done it anyway, NOT!! Sounds like you need to complain to the newspaper.
Momma M I A

Johnson City, TN

#11 May 2, 2010
Fudge furnace to the described apple corset. Zebra tango alpha omaga Peter.
wondering

Lenoir City, TN

#12 May 2, 2010
Just Looking Around wrote:
She (mgr) took almost 2,000.00 by voiding reciepts, makes the paper and is arrested. Something strange here......steal thousands from a church and you don't get arrested. MMMMMMMMM, what is the difference?
Who was it???
Rose

Pine City, MN

#13 May 2, 2010
wondering wrote:
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Who was it???
I am wondering if this is the same woman that shorted my change on two occasions by at least $5.00? For those that steal ... there are 100 honest folks just waiting to take your job and do it well. Karma is a good thing. lol
Fat Albert

Church Hill, VA

#14 May 2, 2010
If I had been working around all of those flame broiled whoppers, I probably would have been arrested for stealing those. My stomach's growling just thinking about it.
hey

United States

#15 May 2, 2010
kasee birchfield is what i heard she had already been demoted b4 for stealing money at allendale bk and they promoted her right back to manager
THE KING

Johnson City, TN

#16 May 3, 2010
Burger King promotes theft in its advertising. The Burger King breaks into McDonald's headquarters to steal secret recipes and other coprorate secrets. You can't blame an employee for taking up the company's mantra of theft and dishonesty.
Jazzman

Church Hill, VA

#17 May 3, 2010
THE KING wrote:
Burger King promotes theft in its advertising. The Burger King breaks into McDonald's headquarters to steal secret recipes and other coprorate secrets. You can't blame an employee for taking up the company's mantra of theft and dishonesty.
Oh spare me. First of all I've never seen that commercial. It doesn't make sense anyway. That would be like Burger King admitting that McDonalds is better than them. Second of all, do you think that this lady thought that because of that commercial she should steal money from the company? Get real.
lol

Houston, TX

#18 May 4, 2010
obviously he was just kidding.
kristy burchfeild

Morristown, TN

#19 Oct 1, 2012
Kristy burchfeild is home wreck in slut!..that don't even have her daughter due to drugs....I can't stand that bitch...

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