A Wake County Public School System employee was arrested and charged with felony larceny.
According to CBS17, fifty-year-old Andrea Marie Bradford was charged with felony larceny and obtaining property under false pretenses in connection with the theft of an iPhone X:
The arrest warrant also says the phone “was just stolen from the Sprint store (Brier Creek) within the last hour.”
Officials say that Bradford knew the phone, worth $1,000, was recently stolen.
The phone was sold to ecoATM for $320, according to the arrest warrant.
According to charging documents, Bradford is being held on a $5,000 secured bond.
Bradford apparently works as an “assistant cashier for child nutrition services” and Ligon Road Middle School.