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South Boston Police Department Investigates Missing Bank Deposit

South Boston police are investigating a missing bank deposit from McDonalds in Centerville, according to Captain B. K. Lovelace.

At 10:24 a.m. Saturday, McDonalds’ management discovered the deposit from Friday night was missing and called the South Boston Police Department, said Cpl. S. L. Warf, who conducted the preliminary investigation.

Warf said he interviewed all of the restaurant’s employees who were on duty when the undisclosed amount of money was supposed to be deposited in the bank.

The case has been turned over to Sgt. C. L. Carswell of the investigations department of the police department. No further information was available as of press time, but Warf said the investigation is continuing.

In other police matters, a 29-year-old Scottsburg man is facing five counts of shoplifting, including four felony counts, according to sheriff’s office records.

Christopher Allen Stanley of Wagstaff Lane was charged with four felony counts and one misdemeanor count of shoplifting at a Danville department store.

The misdemeanor offense allegedly occurred Aug. 16, and the four felony offenses allegedly occurred Aug. 18 and 19 and Sept. 15 and 21. Warrants were served on Stanley over the weekend.

James Franklin Jennings, 69, Lake Shore Drive, Halifax, was charged with three misdemeanor counts, including petit larceny, hunting wildlife with a firearm while under the influence of alcohol and pointing or brandishing a firearm.

The offense allegedly occurred Saturday, and Deputy S. Britton served the warrants the same day.