Dunkin' Donuts Manager Charged with Grand Theft
GAINESVILLE - A Gainesville store manager is charged with grand theft after keeping money intended for bank deposits.
The Gainesville Police Department arrested 30 year-old Dawn Lynady for withholding more than $1,500.00 from the Dunkin Donuts located on West University Avenue.
A district manager noticed discrepencies in cash drops and confronted Lynady, who would not provide any explanation for the missing deposits.
Lynady later stated that she took the money in order to pay bills, but intended to replace the missing funds with money from her tax return.
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