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St. Petersburg Subway manager accused of stealing $4,800 for gambling habit

ST. PETERSBURG — A downtown Subway manager is accused of stealing nearly $5,000 in cash from the sandwich shop, police said.

Gabriel Ferrazzano, 23, worked at the Subway at 308 Third St. S. Last month, he didn't make more than $4,800 in deposits that covered about two weeks of operations, police said.

Ferrazzano confessed to the theft in a letter, according to an arrest affidavit, and blamed it on a gambling problem. He also offered to pay back the money in time instead of being prosecuted, the report said. Police arrested him Monday morning on a grand theft charge.

St. Petersburg Subway manager accused of stealing $4,800 for gambling habit 12/11/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 3:14pm]
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