Dusek bound over in Chicone’s theft caseA man accused of stealing thousands of dollars while employed as a manager of a Hudson liquor store has been bound over for trial.
A man accused of stealing thousands of dollars while employed as a manager of a Hudson liquor store has been bound over for trial.
Nathan M. Dusek, 38, Knapp, appeared before Judge Scott Needham last Thursday (March 31) in a preliminary hearing. An arraignment hearing in which Dusek will plead to charges was set for April 11.
Dusek is charged with felony theft from a business setting and theft by false representation in connection with incidents from Feb. 17, 2005, to Nov. 14, 2010, while employed at Chicone’s Liquor Mart.
The criminal complaint alleged Dusek falsely recorded returns of large quantities of Miller Lite beer and took cash for false returns from store funds while he was liquor manager at the store.
A Hudson Police Department report said the amount embezzled was some $394,990 over a period of time.