Cafeteria Worker May Serve Time in Alleged $1M Theft

Police believe former cafeteria manager Brenda Watts stole from her employer for at least five years.
3:00 | 01/23/14

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A Georgia lunch lady is under arrest for stealing from the school cafeteria and this is -- nickel and -- case. Cafeteria manager Brenda watts is accused of swiping 500 dollars a day at north spring high school in Fulton County. -- allegedly pulled it off by setting up a special cart where she accepted cash only from students. How long was that all court. Court if you will the little blue cart yes there are taking intentionally. -- fifteen years up to may be -- Any school kid can do the math 2500 dollars a week would mean 90000 dollars a year. Plus lives in a five bedroom 5000 square foot home she retired about a year ago when some say -- -- about her alleged scheme began to get around.

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