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Overnight Manager Charged with Theft at Fast Food Restaurant

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An overnight manager of a fast food restaurant is charged with grand theft and stealing the night deposit.

According to the Bay County Sheriff's Office, 21-year-old Ariel Davis was seen on security video of going into the safe numerous times at the Sonic at 4239 Highway 231. The story manager reported that one of the bank deposits never showed up.

During an interview, David stated she took the money to pay for cell phone and electric bills and spent the rest on entertainment.

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Here is the press release from the Bay County Sheriff's Office

The Bay County Sheriff's Office responded to the Sonic at 4239 Hwy 231 in Panama City in reference to the theft of cash on September 7, 2013.

The manager of the store reported that one of the store's deposits never showed up on bank records and it had become apparent it was stolen. A review of security video in the store revealed that the overnight manager Ariel Davis, age 21, of 134 Parker Village Circle, went into the safe numerous times during the overnight shift.

During an interview on October 4, 2013, Davis stated she took the money with her to Dothan, Alabama, and paid her boyfriend's light bill and cell phone bill with it and the rest on entertainment. Davis was arrested and charged with Grand Theft and taken to the Bay County Jail.

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