Employee steals restaurant tips in Alpharetta



ALPHARETTA, Ga. – A restaurant employee was arrested Aug. 10 after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in tip money from the business.

According to employees of The Diner at North Point, an employee, Perry Shae Cloer, 39, of Old Dogwood Road, Roswell, was allegedly changing his tip amounts on receipts.

While Cloer is accused of stealing for at least two days, he had been employed for two months. When he was confronted by his manager, Cloer allegedly ran away from the building.

Police found Cloer walking down the street and he again ran as police tried to speak with him. When they caught him, police found a crack pipe and 10 pills on him.

Cloer allegedly admitted to taking money the entire time he worked there. He was charged with felony theft by taking, possession of schedule II drugs, possession of drug-related paraphernalia and interference with government property when an officer broke his radio.


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