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

Feb 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Kentucky State Police

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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#31
Feb 23, 2013
 
I agree with friend that is how it goes, its who knows who.I think he deserves to loose his stuff ,
concerned

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Feb 24, 2013
 

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The bond was ten thousand at ten percent. He got out of jail for a theousand dollars.That is what i heard. If that is true something is bad wrong.
wondering

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#35
Mar 4, 2013
 
What are they going to do about this??
Drill Here

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#36
Mar 4, 2013
 
Nothing wrong w/ that. It is up to the company to press charges.

Bond is normal. The court sets the bond. You can go to a bail bondsman, if you convince him you are not a flight risk, pay him 10% of the bond. He is then responsible for the entire amount if you runaway and hide.

How it works. How it has worked for longer than we have been around.
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#37
Mar 4, 2013
 
Drill Here wrote:
Nothing wrong w/ that. It is up to the company to press charges.
Bond is normal. The court sets the bond. You can go to a bail bondsman, if you convince him you are not a flight risk, pay him 10% of the bond. He is then responsible for the entire amount if you runaway and hide.
How it works. How it has worked for longer than we have been around.
No such thing as a bail bondsman in Kentucky. Another thing in which our state lags behind.
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#38
Mar 4, 2013
 
Drill Cap - I just did a google - I did see a note "There is no Commercial Bail Bonds in the State of Kentucky. "

But right below that is a list of folks that will help you with your bail.
I would guess that it is fairly similar.
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#39
Mar 4, 2013
 
Drill Here wrote:
Drill Cap - I just did a google - I did see a note "There is no Commercial Bail Bonds in the State of Kentucky. "
But right below that is a list of folks that will help you with your bail.
I would guess that it is fairly similar.
Possibly, but that may be a shady area. Bail Bonds would be a THRIVING business in the Commonwealth, don't you think?
pore ole rodney king

Elizabethtown, KY

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#40
Apr 28, 2013
 
Mama wrote:
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.
The man and the woman both were to be stones, provided at least 2 witnesses testified to having witnessed the offense. They brought only the woman, a thing that still persists today. It is the woman who gets the blame for an abortion, never the man who impregnates her. He is not made to marry her and not be able to divorce her at all, nor to be abusive to her.

That's why Messiah did not "convict" her because He would be going against His own law.
Just Wondering

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#41
Apr 29, 2013
 
A thief is a thief, It doesnt matter what anyone says,when you take something that isnt yours then that is stealing. The man that stole money from Bruss should go to jail. A lot of people were laid off because I was one of them.
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Russell Springs, KY

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#42
Apr 29, 2013
 
Just Wondering wrote:
A thief is a thief, It doesnt matter what anyone says,when you take something that isnt yours then that is stealing. The man that stole money from Bruss should go to jail. A lot of people were laid off because I was one of them.
The people occupying the managerial positions has just as much to do with the layoffs. I get to talk a lot with people and hear and see a lot more than I would like sometimes and from what I can put together the management team has no clue on how to do their job. I would like to think that if they did then this guy wouldnt have gotten away with this near as long as he did. Then you add on top of that the way the attitudes are reflected from the top down to their subordinates. Mix bad management, bad attitudes, low pay, and indifference and you normally get a sinking ship. I wish they could get it together, the community and Bruss could really prosper.

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