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Great Falls man accused of embezzling from Burger King

Posted: Jun 13, 2018 4:24 PM Updated:
David Allen McQueen David Allen McQueen

David Allen McQueen has been charged with one felony count of theft after allegedly embezzling from Burger King in Great Falls.

According to court documents, Great Falls Police officers were called to the restaurant for a report of employee theft by embezzlement.

The general manager told officers she had noticed an increase in deleted orders over the past few weeks.

She explained that each manager on shift has a card that allows them to delete orders. An order is supposed to be deleted right away and the manager is expected to write an explanation.

The normal amount of deleted orders per shift is around $20, according to the documents.

The general manager said she noticed that on McQueen's shifts, the amounts deleted were more than $100.

The general manager told officers she observed McQueen on camera deleting several orders consecutively, which isn't proper procedure, and giving food to customers on orders he deleted.

The court documents state that he would pocket the money he deleted.

On six of McQueen's recent shifts, he deleted a total of $1,964.

When officers contacted McQueen, he stated he never stole from Burger King and did not use his delete card improperly. He also stated he is the only person who uses his card.

McQueen is a registered sex offender and has a federal conviction for possession of obscene material. 

The State has requested bond be set at $7,500.

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