Police: Kroger worker caught stuffing cash up sleeve
James Hall, 25, booked on felony theft charge
INDIANAPOLIS - An employee has been arrested at an east side Indianapolis Kroger store, after police said he was caught on surveillance cameras stuffing thousands of dollars in cash up his sleeve.
Store security workers called police to the Kroger at 4445 E. 10th St. Thursday morning after they said they recorded the employee stealing cash on several occasions.
James Hall, 25, of Indianapolis, was booked on a felony theft charge.
Police said store security workers recorded him on video during his routine counting of cash. They said he was caught stuffing money up his sleeve during the process on several occasions, totaling $11,263 between May 9 and early Thursday morning.
In addition to the theft charge, Hall was booked on a felony drug charge because police said they found nine hydrocodone tablets in his front jacket pocket as he was being arrested.
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