Police: Monroeville lady fraudulently rented Avis vehicles for heroin, money

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Police cost former Avis Lease-A-Automobile regional supervisor after saying she fraudulently rented an organization automotive in change for heroin and money.

Jackie Neubauer, 40, of Monroeville, started illegally renting a automotive at a Monroeville location in October, in line with police.

Neubauer, the supervisor of Avis’ 4 regional areas, was the one worker on the Monroeville location the place no less than 15 automobiles had been confirmed stolen. The corporate believes as much as 45 vehicles may very well be stolen.

Avis additionally alleges that Neubauer broken a driver’s license scanner on the Monroeville location, eliminated an web cable, and eliminated wires from the plastic housing of an inside piece.

A couple of weeks in the past, Avis observed that the quantity of vehicles out there for hire on the Monroeville location soared from a mean of 5 vehicles per day to a mean of 20 vehicles per day in October and November.

The corporate additionally observed a lack of income and a lacking car on the location, police stated.

Neubauer instructed Monroeville police on Tuesday that he acquired heroin from individuals who rented vehicles utilizing faux driver’s licenses, names, addresses and bank card numbers.

She faces prices of forgery and theft. Her preliminary listening to is scheduled for her January ninth.

Avis fired Neubauer on December 9.

Maddie Aiken is a employees author for Tribune-Assessment. You may attain her Maddie by e mail at maiken@triblive.com or by way of her Twitter. .

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