Russell County Man Charged with Theft...

Russell County Man Charged with Theft of over $600,000.00

There are 30 comments on the Kentucky State Police story from Feb 18, 2013, titled Russell County Man Charged with Theft of over $600,000.00. In it, Kentucky State Police reports that:

He was charged with 32 counts of Theft by Unlawful Taking Over $10,000; 4 counts of Theft by Unlawful Taking Less than $10,000 but more than $500 and 36 counts of Misuse of Electronic Information.

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lucky

Columbia, KY

#1 Feb 18, 2013
right from Bruss at that!!
concerned

Russell Springs, KY

#5 Feb 19, 2013
i HATE TO SAY IT BUT HE NEEDS TO BE LOCKED UP AND THE KEY THROWED AWAY.He always did think that he was better than anyone else. Browned nose his way thru life so far.He acted like he was so smart,well he must have been to steal that much and not get caught.I knew the first time i saw him at Bruss that they were in for a rude awakening.
mama

Madison, MS

#11 Feb 20, 2013
Its admirable to see a man nowadays admit to wrong. It makes me proud to know that in a little small town USA, where news would spread so quickly and a man's name be torn to shreads, that he would rather do the right thing. He is taking the shame, the hurt, and paying the price. A jail cell will never be a punishment that compares to this sorrow I'm sure that he is feeling. I say kudos to you my brother in Christ. The truth has set you free.
Just me

Cecilia, KY

#12 Feb 20, 2013
mama wrote:
Its admirable to see a man nowadays admit to wrong. It makes me proud to know that in a little small town USA, where news would spread so quickly and a man's name be torn to shreads, that he would rather do the right thing. He is taking the shame, the hurt, and paying the price. A jail cell will never be a punishment that compares to this sorrow I'm sure that he is feeling. I say kudos to you my brother in Christ. The truth has set you free.
Thieves are not brothers in Christ. Especially the type of thief who very repeatedly and methodically 'continues to steal' huge amounts over a very long period of time.
This was not the type of stealing to keep one from starvation. The man had a job. He disrespected his job, himself, all the others who work there honestly & with integrity, & his boss. He selfishly stole his bosses ability to prosper properly & accurately from his business.
I'm sure taking away (stealing) which showed up as less profit or income affected the bosses ability to give pay raises. So, in essence, this jackazz, whomever he is, stole from every single employee at that plant and not just from his boss or the owner of the plant.
That's a hefty sin. And all sin requires reparation from the one who committed the offense (sin) to the ones (all of them) that he sinned against by his theft.
mama

Madison, MS

#13 Feb 20, 2013
Yes I agree stealing is not of Christ. He is not pleased when we fail him. But you know what is so great? Jesus is merciful and full of Grace. When he took our sins upon his shoulders and died for us, he didn't deserve that we did. No matter how hefty the sin the amazing thing about Jesus is he forgives. It reminds me of an awesome truth, the day Christ died, he had two thieves who hung on either side of him. And one of them said to Christ, remember me when you come into your kingdom. And this is the part that is riveting. Christ told him, today you will be with me in paradise. What compassion and love. I only wish we as humans could be this gracious. None of us are without sin. Not one. Be thankful today that he hasn't wiped all of us off the face of the Earth and sent us to hell. That would be FAIR.
sally

Russell Springs, KY

#14 Feb 20, 2013
mama wrote:
Yes I agree stealing is not of Christ. He is not pleased when we fail him. But you know what is so great? Jesus is merciful and full of Grace. When he took our sins upon his shoulders and died for us, he didn't deserve that we did. No matter how hefty the sin the amazing thing about Jesus is he forgives. It reminds me of an awesome truth, the day Christ died, he had two thieves who hung on either side of him. And one of them said to Christ, remember me when you come into your kingdom. And this is the part that is riveting. Christ told him, today you will be with me in paradise. What compassion and love. I only wish we as humans could be this gracious. None of us are without sin. Not one. Be thankful today that he hasn't wiped all of us off the face of the Earth and sent us to hell. That would be FAIR.
Do you have an inkling of crime and punishment? You pathetic fundies bother me with your interminable forgiveness and redemption while dismissing personal responsibility.
Sad

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Feb 20, 2013
Sad citation:( But you spoke a mouth full momma!!! We all deserve to be wiped off the face of the earth and sent to hell for this would be fair! We have all sinned! Not condoning the sin commited for it was wrong, while yet we should be praying not slandering.
Sad

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Feb 20, 2013
Yes we have to take responsibility and responsibility will be taken, while at the same time Gods forgiveness is always available . Nothing wrong with excepting them both.
mama

Madison, MS

#17 Feb 20, 2013
Sally the amazing thing about Christ is his Grace has no end. I know we all have been giving Grace at some point. I would dare say that you, yourself have. Our human nature is to want justice and punishment. Im guilty of this. Our first response should be to pray for this man and his family. We should askfor mercy. It should break our hearts. But if someone is not a child of Christ it would be hard to understand this. However it is true even we as Christians don't always feel this compassion. It is because we are selfish. We live in a fallen world. I do have an inkling for crimes committed. It is indeed true that when we break the law, we should be held accountable. I believe that justice should be administered. The Bible plainly says to obey the laws of the land. To maintain order and justice. The whole point I am trying to express is, that is honorable that a man would confess his wrong doing knowing that he was gonna face justice and condemnation. I want to encourage those in Christ to recognize that confession and lift him up to our heavenly father and plead for mercy on his behalf and his family. The woman caught in adultery inthe bible, is a beautiful story. The Pharisees were ready to stone her. But he cameback with a rebutile.
Mama

Jackson, MS

#18 Feb 20, 2013
Im sorry rebutle. Any who were without sin cast the first stone. Noone could. He told her to go and sin no more. All im doing is expressing my heart and as a christian I should want mercy for this family. And I do.
Mama

Jackson, MS

#19 Feb 20, 2013
Concerned I apologize for the sarcasm about your grammar. I just found it humorous. I always enjoyed english and was an avid proofreader. I don't always write, text or speak well either.
sally

Russell Springs, KY

#20 Feb 20, 2013
Mama wrote:
Concerned I apologize for the sarcasm about your grammar. I just found it humorous. I always enjoyed english and was an avid proofreader. I don't always write, text or speak well either.
or think well either
Mama

Byram, MS

#21 Feb 20, 2013
Sally, these are not my words. These are the words of a loving God. I just choose to believe them, because he has changed my heart. I have been someone who had and does do wrong. I've had to confess things and say I'm sorry many times in my life. So I can empathize with a repentant Believer. It's not easy. But it's admirable, and it pleases the Lord. And He (Christ) will be glorified through all of this.
KYLE

Russell Springs, KY

#23 Feb 21, 2013
mama wrote:
Yes I agree stealing is not of Christ. He is not pleased when we fail him. But you know what is so great? Jesus is merciful and full of Grace. When he took our sins upon his shoulders and died for us, he didn't deserve that we did. No matter how hefty the sin the amazing thing about Jesus is he forgives. It reminds me of an awesome truth, the day Christ died, he had two thieves who hung on either side of him. And one of them said to Christ, remember me when you come into your kingdom. And this is the part that is riveting. Christ told him, today you will be with me in paradise. What compassion and love. I only wish we as humans could be this gracious. None of us are without sin. Not one. Be thankful today that he hasn't wiped all of us off the face of the Earth and sent us to hell. That would be FAIR.
No one is interested in hearing your religious nonsense rants trying to defend this wretched thief!
Drill Here

Russell Springs, KY

#24 Feb 21, 2013
He stole. There is punishment required.

As stated, by stealing - he hurt all his co-workers. I am sure that the loss of 'profit' was a cause they were considering moving the entire operation out of RC.

So he was, by his actions, possibly causing everyone working there to lose their jobs.

Why? Greed? Other problems.

His family? yes, the kids are innocent - but do not believe that a spouse doesn't know that something is going on and benefits from it.

They need to take back everything they can, including selling everything and then put him in jail.
Someone

Columbia, KY

#25 Feb 21, 2013
Kyle can get away with stealing all that money for so wrong person who thinks he is so grand but what about when they had to let all those people go who had been there for years because they were trying to save money(which Kyle was taking.!) how about their families suffering losing their houses, having to tell their kids they didn't have enough for them to do the things they wanted! Some of them had to use college funds they were saving for their kids just to pay the bills!!!! So let me tell you something! Kyle Robertson is a very selfish and guilty man, he should feel bad!
OUTRAGED

Russell Springs, KY

#26 Feb 21, 2013
Can someone please tell me how/why this man is out of jail??????
His bond must have been at least $700k Did he use the money he stole to post bond???
just saying

Russell Springs, KY

#27 Feb 22, 2013
Bond was only 10 thousand it should of been higher, its not fair to the other employees who deserve raises and have familys to.
Big Toe

Russell Springs, KY

#28 Feb 22, 2013
He must be such a greedy man. Amazing that he got by with it so long. Got his family into thinking that was how it was going to be, "Living high on the hog". Well the "Hog" is dead now. Doing this for so many years. He should be so ashamed but I am guessing he's not. Anyone that would do that doesn't have normal thinking. He acted like he was better then most. Well, the truth is finally out.
friend

Russell Springs, KY

#30 Feb 23, 2013
Mama wrote:
Sally, these are not my words. These are the words of a loving God. I just choose to believe them, because he has changed my heart. I have been someone who had and does do wrong. I've had to confess things and say I'm sorry many times in my life. So I can empathize with a repentant Believer. It's not easy. But it's admirable, and it pleases the Lord. And He (Christ) will be glorified through all of this.
first mama why do you keep changing your isp adress also why is it that when a good ole boy steals it seems to be ok but when a not so well known steals the fine people of russell co want to smear there name all over the co. and throw the book at them ?a theft is a theft no matter who they are

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