HR Strange But True!
February 08, 2002

"News of the Weird," citing the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper as its source, relays this account of a highly motivated pizza shop manager:

The manager, Kimberly Herricks, was indicted in December, accused of stealing $38,000 from her employer. The amount included the value of 400 decaying pizzas found in her garage. Police said she had invented big call-in orders at her store for schools, hospitals, and other places, just to get her store's sales figures up and her name in the company newsletter.

She would then adjust the books to cover the costs and deliver the pizzas, herself, to her own garage. She tripped herself up when she asked her boss (the owner) to help her move to a new house. He discovered the rotting pizzas.

Source: News of the Weird

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