Crime Store manager accused of stealing over $13K in lottery scratch-offs
Uber's former self-driving lead pleads guilty to stealing from Google
After about three years of legal wrangling between Uber and Waymo over self-driving car tech, the engineer at the center of it has agreed to plead guilty to one count of stealing materials from Google. Anthony Levandowski was a lead engineer on the self-driving car project that's now known as Waymo, until he left to form his own company, Otto, which Uber then acquired. Reuters reports that the agreement will see all the other criminal charges go away while he admits to taking a file that tracked Google's goals for its self-driving car project. A court already ruled that Levandowski owes Google $179 million for violating his contract, and he has declared bankruptcy.
VENICE, Fla. (WWSB) - After the register till was short of lottery sales, the area manger became suspicious of her store manager and contacted local authorities.
Joshua Pangio, 28, was arrested after deputies say surveillance video from the store captured him stuffing over $2,300 worth of lottery scratch-offs in his backpack.
According to police reports, Pangio admitted to taking the scratch-offs to escape the stress from his everyday life due to financial problems.
Deputies say Pangio thought he was taking $200-$300 worth, but the total amount was over $2,000 and that he would have never guessed it was that much.
Since being promoted to store manager in January, Panigo is accused of stealing a total of $13,310.00 in scratch-offs.
Due to probable cause, Pangio is being charged with Grand Theft less than $20L.Copyright 2020 WWSB. All rights reserved.
Deputies: Felon claims he has 'the corona' in attempt to avoid arrest after stealing motorcycle .
A 50-year-old man was arrested about five hours after deputies said he stole a motorcycle from a Porter residence. Around 4:30 a.m. Thursday, Sammey Nelson was walking to a store to get cigarettes near Louis Lane and FM 1314 when deputies said a motorcycle in a storage facility for a local towing company caught his eye and he "couldn't resist it." Deputies said he cut the fence to get inside and took the motorcycle back to his house in the 21000 block of Alexander Lane, where he stripped it.Day shift deputies quickly located Nelson and the motorcycle.Nelson confessed to stealing the motorcycle, according to deputies.