NAPA worker charged with felony theft

Allison Owens

A former Kremmling NAPA Auto Components worker is going through one depend of felony theft after failing to pay greater than $2,000 for auto components she ordered on the corporate pc.

Police arrested Allison Owens on Feb. 24. Owens labored for NAPA Auto Components from January to November 2021.

A NAPA retailer supervisor mentioned she found the theft when she was doing stock for the shop and located statements from Renegade Off Highway, displaying components put in by Renegade to Owens’ Toyota Tacoma. In response to different workers, the objects, which Owens had expressed intent to buy and had ordered, had been lacking from the stock.

Initially, Owens was solely contacted a couple of set of customized seat covers she ordered and which her supervisor noticed on the seats of her truck. As soon as a full listing of lacking objects believed to be taken by Owens was created, she was despatched the listing. Owens responded that she thought the price of the objects was constructed into her Renegade Off Highway bill and that she knew she wanted to pay NAPA for the components.

In response to the arrest affidavit, Owens by no means paid NAPA Auto Components. Among the objects she stole embody ignition coils, struts and management arms.

Owens’s signature just isn’t on Renegade Off Highway or NAPA order kinds.

Owens bonded out of jail on Feb. 25 on a $1,000 private recognizance bond. She is scheduled to be in courtroom March 15.

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