LOWER SALFORD PA – A 60-year-old Championship Drive man “will be under court supervision for several years, after he was convicted” Wednesday (Sept. 21, 2016) of charges that he “stole a programmable logic controller from a Merck site in Upper Gwynedd while he worked for the company as a utility technician,” according to a story in The Lansdale Reporter.
Reporter staff writer Carl Hessler Jr. wrote that Peter Luba was sentenced in Montgomery County Court to seven years of probation and 100 hours of community service, on felony charges of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. They were brought “in connection with a Jan. 2, 2015, incident at a Merck facility in the 700 block of Sumneytown Pike in Upper Gwynedd. A jury convicted Luba of the charges at a trial in June,” Hessler’s article said.
- Read Hessler’s story, titled “Lower Salford man draws probation for theft from Merck” and published Sept. 22 by The Reporter, here.
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