In Rome, Cliff's Market employee charged with petty larceny


ROME — A clerk at Cliff's Market in Rome is accused of scratching off more than $400 worth of lottery tickets while on the job, according to the Rome Police Department.

Police said Dakayla L. Bronson, 18, of Rome, was working at Cliff's Market on Erie Boulevard West on May 16 when she took $430 worth of lottery tickets from behind the counter and scratched them off. Police said Bronson tossed the losing tickets in the trash.

The manager of the store noticed the missing tickets the following day and police said he was able to watch Bronson scratching the tickets on security camera footage. The authorities were notified.

Bronson was taken into custody on Wednesday on one count of petty larceny, police stated. She is scheduled to appear in Rome City Court.


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