Employee Accused of Stealing $100K from Printer
David Hathaway, the head of the accounting division for Toppan Printing, has been arrested and charged with stealing more than $100,000 from the printer, which bills itself "the world's leading and largest printing and communications company." According to The Star-Ledger, Hathaway funneled the money to a fake company that he owned.
He was charged with theft by deception for writing checks totaling $118,178.38 to ANZ Services/A2Z Services, the paper reported. Hathaway allegedly billed customers of Somerset, N.J.-based Toppan to mask the thefts.