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Charles City retail store manager charged with stealing from business


This news story was published on February 17, 2017.
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CHARLES CITY – Police were called to a Charles City business this week on a report the manager was stealing, leading to his arrest.

On February 15, 2017 at about 2:30 PM, Charles City police were called to the Dollar General Store, located at 700 Hulin Street. They had taken a report that a person there was stealing. As a result of the report and investigation, officers arrested 32-year-old Joseph Raveling of Charles City, who is lists himself as “General Manager at Dollar General” on his social media page.

Raveling was taken to the county jail on a charge of second degree theft. According to KCHA Radio, he stole in excess of $5,300 in deposits beginning last December through January. It appears Raveling has been released from jail and awaits a court date.

RAVELING, JOSEPH ALAN

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    February 17, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    This fool must have been new to DG or he’d have known that DG stays right on every detail. You’ll be called on a stupid mistake with the accountings and quickly reprimanded by Corporate with a warning to not to let it to happen again. Theft? Forget it, don’t even think you’ll get by with it.
    On the other hand, DG does not reward their hard-working, honest employees well enough. It’s why there is so much turnaround in emloyees. Hire a p*ss poor manager and chances are you’ll end up with a p*ss poor team, the good ones will quickly leave. DG seems to care more about profits than their “families” in each store.