A fired Harris Teeter worker on Wednesday admitted to stealing $77,000 from the grocer’s employee-assistance foundation and spending it on her mortgage and utility bills.
A fired Harris Teeter worker on Wednesday admitted to stealing $77,000 from the grocer’s employee-assistance foundation and spending it on her mortgage and utility bills. Charlotte Observer file photo Charlotte Observer file photo
A fired Harris Teeter worker on Wednesday admitted to stealing $77,000 from the grocer’s employee-assistance foundation and spending it on her mortgage and utility bills. Charlotte Observer file photo Charlotte Observer file photo

Fired Harris Teeter worker admits to stealing $77,000 from its charitable foundation

October 11, 2017 7:01 PM

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