A Syracuse man is going through a number of felony costs after allegedly creating faux barcodes to purchase gadgets at cheaper costs at central New York Residence Depot shops, together with the Cayuga County location, New York State Police stated Monday.
Troopers arrested Jeffrey G. Gordon, 37, on Saturday and charged him with three felony counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and one rely of petit larceny, a misdemeanor.
Residence Depot’s loss prevention workplace in Camillus found the scheme, troopers stated, by which Gordon is accused of making barcodes for lower-priced gadgets and scanning them at self-checkouts to amass dearer items.
Troopers stated an investigation decided that Gordon did this 28 occasions between November and February, at shops positioned in Aurelius, Dewitt, Camillus, Clay, Cicero and Watertown. The whole worth of the thefts is about $10,000.
Gordon was processed and launched on an look ticket after arraignment in Onondaga County.