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Raleigh man faces larceny charges in aluminum thefts

Posted June 26, 2013
Updated June 27, 2013

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— A Raleigh man was arrested Wednesday on charges that he stole more than a ton of aluminum from his employer.

Cedric Melvin Worthington, 33, of 4204-109 Greencastle Court, faces five counts of larceny by an employee in connection with thefts from May 1 through May 24 from Nustream Graphic America.

Arrest warrants allege Worthington stole 2,846 pounds of aluminum. He was jailed under a $25,000 bond.


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  • Angeleyes1 Jun 27, 2013

    Well, if you notice he was charged with five counts of larceny. Not sure who could steal two tons at one time.

  • Rebelyell55 Jun 27, 2013

    At current market prices for scrap, that would be about $1423.00... minus the cost in gas to haul that much.

  • kellypsnll Jun 26, 2013

    Lol I was thinking the same thing. Someone has to go back to school and learn how much a ton is.

  • Obamacare for all Jun 26, 2013

    Who cares? That's alot of aluminum. Imagine if he was that efficient at holding down a job.

  • davisgw Jun 26, 2013

    Someone needs to get thier numbers straight. Big difference in 2,846 pounds and over two tons or more than 4000 pounds.

  • rednek Jun 26, 2013

    2,000 lbs = 1 ton; 2846 lbs is less than 4 tons