TULSA - A Tulsa teenager is accused of embezzling from his employer, a major electronics store.
According to court documents, 19-year-old Nigel Neal took merchandise totaling $1,489.94 from Best Buy on Skelly Drive.
Police executed a search warrant on Neal's home and found three iPod Touches and three digital cameras with serial numbers matching those taken from Best Buy.
During a subsequent interview, Neal admitted taking the items from the store, saying he "made a stupid decision in taking the items from Best Buy without purchasing them," according to court documents.
Neal was arrested Tuesday and released from the Tulsa County Jail on $2,000 bond.
He is charged with felony embezzlement. He's due in court Nov. 20.
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