Two accused of multimillion-dollar theft
Apr 05, 2012 | 12:18 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH A Georgia recycler has reopened after law enforcement officials descended on the facility in an investigation of the alleged theft of scrap metal worth millions of dollars from OmniSource Corp.
Jarrells Top Dollar Recycling in Garden City was shut down Tuesday while the Georgia Federal Bureau of Investigation and local police officers retrieved documents to try to determine how much material Charles King Jr. had sold to the scrapyard.
Kings father, Charles King Sr.a former employee of OmniSource Swainsboroallegedly turned a blind eye while his son removed scrap metal worth millions of dollars.....
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