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Trinity Target manager accused of pocketing store money




Target manager charged in theft

A Target manager was arrested Monday on charges she embezzled $2,000 over two months.

Security guards at the store at 2600 Little Road were tipped off when someone noticed that store profits didn't match sales on the books.

They set up cameras around the store and in Andrea Nolte's office where, a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report states, they saw her pulling a $400 wad of cash from register deposit bags and stuffing it in her shoe.

Security guards and deputies confronted Nolte, who confessed to stealing the money since January, saying she needed it because she was up against financial troubles, the report states. Nolte, 28, was fired after working for Target for six years.

Nolte, of New Port Richey, was charged with grand theft. She was released from the Land O'Lakes jail after posting $10,000 bail.

Times staff

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