EASTON, Md.– Police say an employee of the Kohl's in Easton has admitted to stealing $10,000 in merchandise from the department store.
Officers on Wednesday served a criminal summons on 48-year-old Samuel E. Johnson of Trappe. According to the summons, Johnson was caught stealing merchandise from the Kohl's while working as an employee there. Police said Johnson admitted to taking items from the store on a regular basis.
Johnson is charged with theft: less than $1,000 in value; theft: $10,000 to under $100,000; and theft-scheme: $10,000 to under $100,000. A trial date has been set for June 28.
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