CLEVELAND - A security guard at Case Western Reserve University has been arrested for allegedly stealing from the university.
The security worker has been charged with grand theft, aggravated theft and petty theft.
This, after computers started disappearing.
According to Bill Lubinger, Director of Media Relations for Case Western Reserve University, "the individual in question worked for a contract security firm that we engaged."
The Case Western Reserve Police Department initiated an investigation when computers started to go missing from a building on campus.
He was arrested Aug. 6 and worked on campus for fewer than two months.
Demeterious Cathey was indicted on Monday, Oct 1 and is scheduled for arraignment on Oct. 16.
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