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Hawaii armored car worker charged with stealing thousands from ATMs

By Associated Press


An Oahu armored car company employee responsible for restocking ATMs is facing charges he stole about $73,000 from cash machines over a three-and-a-half year period. 

Steven Dagli pleaded not guilty in federal court today. His trial is scheduled for Nov. 6.

The indictment alleges he stole from Hickam Federal Credit Union machines between February 2008 and Aug. 4, 2011.

The U.S. Secret Service, which investigates federal financial crimes, found the 68-year-old took money from four machines. He worked for the armored car company for 15 years.

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manakuke wrote:
Federal charges for a thief.
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