Marsh Supermarkets here has filed a lawsuit against former president David Marsh, alleging that he stole about $500,000 from the company for his personal use. The suit is a counterclaim against a previous suit filed by David Marsh, who was fired in February, in which he alleged that he is owed additional severance pay. In the counterclaim against him, the company said he used vouchers to obtain payment from the company for certain personal expenses, including a trip for him and his family to ...
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