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Staffer cites revenge as motive for activating over $32,000 in prepaid cards

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - She told the cops she did it "Just to get back at my bosses" but today Carin-Jo Martin was charged with 2nd degree theft for activating close to $32,000 in pre-paid cards from her workplace at 76/Circle K gas station in Anigua.

Court documents state funds collected from the Anigua location failed to match up, prompting the investigation that led to Martin's arrest.
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