BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — He gets an “A” for creativity, but an “F” for execution — considering there’s really no part of a credit card transaction that isn’t recorded permanently. Wladimir Symonette was arrested by Boca Raton Police for Grand Theft after he allegedly made fraudulent returns to his credit card while he worked at Nordstrom’s at the Town Center Mall. We’re not talking a pair of socks and a belt for a $30. He — according to police — returned $5,862.09 worth of merchandise — that he never purchased — to his credit card. He was cuffed and stuffed, transported to the Palm Beach County Jail, and later released on bond.
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