Officials: Gregory Rodriguez stole $1,200 in meat hidden in his pants over a period of time

Authorities believe a 46-year-old Ossining grocery worker accused of stealing meat by stuffing it down his pants was working his scheme over a period of time. Officials say Gregory Rodriguez, who worked

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Oct 3, 2014, 1:31 AM

Updated 3,521 days ago

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Officials: Gregory Rodriguez stole $1,200 in meat hidden in his pants over a period of time
Authorities believe a 46-year-old Ossining grocery worker accused of stealing meat by stuffing it down his pants was working his scheme over a period of time.
Officials say Gregory Rodriguez, who worked at the Croton A&P, took $1,200 worth of meat from the store.
When store officials became suspicious, they set up a hidden camera and allegedly caught him with the meat in his pants.
A&P officials say he is no longer an employee at the store.
Rodriguez is currently in Westchester County Jail and is due back in court Friday.


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