A staff member at the Towns Center Toys “R”Us is charged with taking approximately $15,000 from the store, which is closing down like areas throughout the nation.
“That is awful,”stated Loel Sosa, a customer. “That’s bad at all.”
John Lippy, 43, is charged with felony arranged scams and 3 counts of staff member theft in between $399 and $4,999, according to detain reports gotten by First Coast News. First Coast News connected to Lippy, who decreased to be talked to at this time while he looks for legal representation. An account under the exact same name appears on LinkedIn. The last job on the profile is an assistant store supervisor at Toys “R” Us. The page consists of stints in loss avoidance at Bealls and Sears, along with various other positions with Toys “R” Us, consisting of “local private investigator” in charge of cam setup, money controls and handling store investigators. The first job that appears on the profile is Toys “R” Us partner in 1993. The year accompanies criminal justice research studies at Carroll Community College, according to the Linked In page. Now 25 years later on, Lippy discovers himself on the incorrect side of the law. Telephone call to the Toys “R” Us press workplace referred First Coast News to an e-mail address. An e-mail to that address recuperated a generic action offering consumers information on store closures. It’s uncertain if journalism workplace did not react because Toys “R”Us is failing.