former harvard assistant football coach arraigned on grand larceny charges for restaurant receipts theft
County District Attorney Janet DiFiore announced today that Evan Loring
for stealing more than $50,000 in cash from a
of 2011, the defendant was hired as a bartender at Bar Taco, a restaurant
Loring was promoted from bartender to assistant manager.
Beginning in October of 2011 and continuing until April of 2012, the defendant accessed the restaurant’s computerized sale system and began removing items from customer’s orders, thereby changing the cash receipt amount.
The defendant pocketed approximately $80,000 in a five month period and falsified business records to try and hide his theft.
In March of this year, the restaurant contacted Port Chester Police and an investigation began with the assistance of the Economic Crimes Bureau of the Investigations Division of the District Attorney’s Office.
Bail was set at $5,000 cash or bond.
defendant’s next court date is
He faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in state prison if convicted.
Assistant District Attorney Robert Mayes of the Economic Crimes Bureau is prosecuting the case.
In compliance with Disciplinary Rule 7-107A of the Code of
Professional Responsibility, you are advised that a charge is
merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed
innocent until and unless proven guilty.