Alabama man accused of stealing from his employer
December 12, 2017--10:49 a.m.
A Gaylesville, Alabama man is behind bars after allegedly stealing from his employer and then selling the stolen property.
According to Centre Police Chief Kirk Blankenship, 49-year old Mark Evan Vickery was employed by a local business within the city limits of Centre where he was relieved from duties at that establishment.
Later, an inventory disclosed that there was a piece of equipment that was unaccounted for by the management staff.
It was later discovered that the missing item was sold at another location in Cherokee County and then taken to Georgia where it was sold to another individual.
Vickery is charged with theft of property in the 1st-degree.