A longtime Minnesota state worker allegedly stole and pawned several work computers starting in April, according to charges filed Friday in Ramsey County district court.
Daryl B. Bacchus, 38, of Woodbury, was arrested during his workplace, a Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), and “did not seem astounded and didn’t even ask since he was being arrested,” according to charges.
Bacchus faces 8 depends of burglary of open funds.
According to a complaint: St. Paul military were told by DEED on Jul 29 that 10 IBM laptops and accessories were stolen. The computers were delivered to a bureau in downtown St. Paul in Apr and stored in a secure area in a basement.
Police ran a computers’ sequence numbers by a Automated Pawn System and traced them behind to Bacchus. Bacchus has worked for DEED given 1998, and had 24-hour entrance to a department’s buildings “and each aspect of their mechanism complement remotely,” a charges said.
Bacchus recently asked co-workers to loan him income since of “a problem” with one of his cousins, a censure said.
Authorities found that Bacchus allegedly pawned 26 computers