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New Jersey Employer Loses $866,000 After Levittown Man Steals From Him

SOUTH WILLINGBORO, NEW JERSEY – A Levittown man has been arrested for embezzling 6,000 from his South Jersey employer.

The Burlington County Prosecutor, Lancia L. Bradshaw, said a 31-year-old man from Levittown, Pennsylvania is accused of stealing more than $866,000 from his Willingboro-based company.

Brian Myslinski, who lives on Silverspruce Road, reportedly turned himself into the Mount Holly prosecutor’s office yesterday.
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Among the many allegations leveled against him were First-Degree Financial Facilitation of Criminal Activity, First-Degree Computer Theft, Second-Degree Theft by Unlawful Taking, Second-Degree Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, and Second-Degree Misapplication of Entrusted Property.

After making an appearance before the Honorable Christopher J. Garrenger, J.S.C. in Superior Court yesterday, he was ordered released. The grand jury case will be prepared for presentation and potential indictment.
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In 2021, Radwell International reported a former employee to the BCPO Financial Crimes Unit on suspicions of theft and fencing while at the company.

“Radwell International stocks and sells new and surplus Industrial Automation, MRO, Pneumatic, Motion, Electronic, Hydraulic, HVAC and Electrical Control Equipment for plant floor and facilities maintenance gear,” the company’s website states.

Myslinski, a supervisor, utilized his position inside the company and access to sensitive information to steal $866,834 in specialist items, which he subsequently resold to clients and through internet marketplaces.

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The investigation further revealed that Myslinski spent over $120,000 of the proceeds from the illegal sales on sports gambling debts, the purchase of a 1974 Dodge Charger classic car for $50,000, the purchase of another vehicle for $20,000, a trip to Jamaica, the purchase of Gucci and Louis Vuitton handbags and purses, and other high-end items.


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