The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

Crime & Courts

January 8, 2014

Company worker accused of using his job to steal

An employee of NCO/Systems & Services Technologies Inc. in Joplin stands accused of using his job to steal about $25,000 worth of merchandise.

The company reported the matter to Joplin police on Saturday, and Tanner S. Moch, 20, of Seneca, was arrested and charged with felony theft.

Police Lt. Matt Stewart said Moch allegedly used his position to place orders from Best Buy outlets for merchandise worth $25,273 on behalf of supposed customers of NCO between Dec. 13 and Saturday. In actuality, Moch greatly altered the prices and had the merchandise delivered to addresses where he received or picked up the packages himself, paying just $130.71 for the items, Stewart said.

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