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Authorities looking for Berlin Bautista transportation dispatch clerk for dot foods

Posted on : 23-06-2009 | By : Truckdriversnews | In : Thoughts from a trucker, truck driver Industry

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Berlin Bautista was a dispatcher for DOT Foods in Liverpool,NY. He kept track of the travels and expenses of truck drivers. But, it is the way he was doing it that concerns the police, and they want to talk to him.

Sounds to me like he was doing a double dip, as he added money to fuel cards for drivers, he made duplicate demands and the duplicated money went into his own bank account.

He is accused of making over $20 thousand in profits over a four month time period. Sgt. Robert Conley, with the Fugitive Task Force says, â€�He tried to pin the blame on truck drivers who had the cards issued to them, when the money was going into his own account.”

He was living on Syracuse’s North Side, and investigators are learning about his ties to New Jersey and Detroit.

The Fugitive Task Force is looking for anyone who has information on Batista’s whereabouts, or any history on him. In April, Bautista was living on Highland Street in the city of Syracuse.

If he’s caught, Bautista is facing charges of grand larceny and falsifying business records. He’s 5’ 5“ and weighs 150 pounds

If you have any information on where he could be living now, give the Fugitive Task Force a call at 473-7625.

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