Minnesota Burger King workers accused of using customer’s card to buy TV
WOODBURY, Minn. -- A pair of Woodbury Burger King workers apparently wanted it their way, according to criminal charges.
Prechez Ariane Natira Anderson and Deantre Rickey-Rene Squalls are accused of using their jobs at the fast food restaurant as a ploy to steal a customer’s credit card information and purchase a television set. Anderson, of St. Paul, and Squalls, of Minneapolis, were each charged with one count of aiding and abetting financial card fraud, a felony.
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