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Employee conspires to rob business with partner

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EAST PETERSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police say an East Petersburg restaurant worker conspired with another man to take money from his employer.

On April 4, the owner of Joe's Famous American Kitchen in the 2100 block of Richmond Road reported that $522 had been taken from his office sometime during the previous evening.

Following an investigation, authorities determined that 22-year-old Kyle Davis of Broad Street, an employee of the restaurant, unlocked a door to allow 23-year-old Richard Carotenuto, also of Broad Street, to enter the business after hours on April 3.

Police say they took the money and shared it between them.

Carotenuto is currently in state custody on a probation violation. Davis was arraigned and released on $10,000 unsecured bail.

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