Wisenbarger Waives Right to Speedy Trial

Aaron B. Wisenbarger (from his public LinkedIn account, which has since be deactived.)

Aaron B. Wisenbarger (from his public LinkedIn account, which has since be deactived.)

Aaron Wisenbarger has waived his right to a speedy trial in the Franklin County, Ohio, court. He has been indicted for allegedly stealing $1.56 million from Safelite AutoGlass during his time as an accounts payable assistant manager with the company.

The trial was moved from November to December 14, 2015.

“It is alleged that between 2006 to 2014, Wisenbarger faked invoices, had checks and many direct deposits into his personal account, and changed records to make it look like legitimate vendors were paid,” according to local county prosecutor Ron O’Brien. “Wisenbarger’s bank records show the money going into his account matched the fake invoices.”

In total, it is alleged that Wisenbarger took more than $1.56 million from the company.

“If found guilty on these charges, this former assistant manager faces a potential incarceration of 20 years,” says O’Brien.

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1 Response to Wisenbarger Waives Right to Speedy Trial

  1. LR says:

    In the corporate headquarters they can’t keep track of $1.6 million, but when thousands of employees tell them $10 to $13-per-hour is far too close to the poverty line, they immediately point to the door.

    Why has nobody been fired over this? That’s the part far more disconcerting than the actual swindle. They always are quick to blame those beneath them, but they never accept accountability for their own incompetence.

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