Fast-food restaurant manager sent to prison for stealing $30,000 from company | Crime News

Adella Miesner

× Thanks for reading! Log in to continue. Enjoy more articles by logging in or creating a free account. No credit card required. The manager of three fast-food restaurants in the Omaha area has been sentenced to 2½ years in federal prison for bilking the owner of the chain out […]

The manager of three fast-food restaurants in the Omaha area has been sentenced to 2½ years in federal prison for bilking the owner of the chain out of about $30,000.

Robert Giardina, 39, also must pay $30,075 in restitution. He was sentenced by Senior U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp on Monday.

In summer 2017, Giardina was hired to manage three fast-food restaurants in the Omaha area. From October 2017 to June 2018, Giardina used the restaurant’s financial system to give himself fake refunds 275 times on eight credit cards, according to U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly.

The case was investigated by the Social Security Administration-Office of the Inspector General and the Omaha Police Department. The release does not name the restaurants where Giardina worked or the company that owned the franchises.

Giardina most recently lived in Florida. The press release also says he used his brother’s identity to obtain his job.

Next Post

Kansas City entrepreneur opening a spooky Halloween pop-up bar in Wichita during October

Just like everything else fun in the age of COVID-19, Halloween is likely to be a bit subdued this year in Wichita. But a Kansas City-based entrepreneur is planning something new — and temporary — that will entertain the 21+ crowd through the spooky season. Edward Schmalz says he is […]
estherblueburger.com WordPress Theme: Seek by ThemeInWP