Del. woman surrenders in Dunkin' Donuts theft case
LONG NECK, Del. - September 9, 2011 (WPVI) -- Delaware State Police say a woman sought for taking cash from the Dunkin' Donuts shop where she formerly worked has surrendered to police.
Authorities said in a news release that 35-year-old Linda Hampton of Frankford turned herself in to authorities on Thursday and was charged with two counts of theft over $1,500.
Police say she was responsible for depositing business proceeds for the Dunkin' Donuts in Long Neck on Aug. 6 and Aug. 7. and that she had not returned to work after being confronted by a company representative regarding the deposits.
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