Pleasanton city employee has been arrested on theft and unlawful computer access charges
Published by Staff Writer on January 25, 2013
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A Pleasanton city employee has been arrested on theft and unlawful computer access charges after he allegedly bypassed normal procedures to enroll his children in a recreation program, police said today. Ian Anderson, a recreation supervisor, was arrested today after a two-week investigation, according to Sgt. Kurt Schlehuber. Anderson came under suspicion after a recreation department employee reported that he had allegedly deviated from normal accounting procedures when enrolling his own children in a recreation program, Schlehuber said.
Police found Anderson had allegedly accessed a city database unlawfully and misappropriated around $300 worth of city services. Anderson faces one count of felony unlawful computer access and embezzlement by a public employee, Schlehuber said. He surrendered to police today and was booked into Santa Rita jail.
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