ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A former Wegmans Food Markets supervisor has pleaded guilty to charges of stealing nearly $21,000 from the retailer by fraudulently activating gift cards. According to a complaint filed by federal authorities, Sean Stockdale, a worker at various Wegmans locations in New Jersey, between 2006 and 2008 activated 141 gift cards by creating false negative balances at store cash registers by ringing up returns, then resolving the negative balance by issuing store and ...

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