October 9, 2015
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) - Police say an Ohio teenager tried to
pull off a sweet deal by ordering more than $37,000 of candy online
and charging the bill to his former high school.
Police say the 18-year-old used a Middletown High School
purchasing number to place orders for thousands of lollipops and
candy bars from Michigan-based The Goodies Factory. It wasn't clear
how he accessed the number.
The candy company became suspicious, contacted the school and
was told by detectives to send an empty box.
Police say he had the order shipped to his home and was arrested
after the fake delivery.
The teen faces two counts of felony telecommunications fraud. He
was being held in Middletown City Jail on more than $30,000 bond.
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