Salem Community Patriot | October 14, 2011 - 5 Longtime BP Employee Charged in Felony Theft of Cash
by Andrea Ganley-Dannewitz A longtime employee of the BP Gas Station on Lowell Road was arrested on Saturday morning, September 24, around 3:12 a.m. Abul Azad, 59, of Salem was arrested at his home on South Policy Street after police received a phone call from the owner of the BP gas station reporting that he had been told an employee had left the store with a large amount of cash that did not belong to him. He stated to dispatchers that he was at the employee’s home and that the employee (Azad) denied taking any money from the store’s safe. The owner did recover $10,000 in cash
from Azad prior to the arrival of officers. While officers were investigating Azad at his home, an officer went to the BP station with the owner so that he could check the safe and account for all monies that should be at the store. The owner then realized that at least another $6,000 to $10,000 in cash was unaccounted for. Officers at Azad’s home then confronted him about the additional missing money and according to Salem Police Sergeant Joel Dolan, Azad then directed the officers to the ceiling in his bathroom. “The suspect had originally given the
owner of the BP the initial $10,000 he had been questioned about, which the owner
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said was retrieved from the medicine cabinet in the bathroom. When officers confronted Azad about the additional money that was missing he directed them back to the bathroom where the money was retrieved from the ceiling,” Sergeant Dolan said.
Sergeant Joel Dolan says that Abul Azad
was taken into custody at his residence without incident. Azad is charged with one count of felony theft and is being held on $20,000 cash bail pending arraignment at the 10th Circuit District Division Court in Salem.
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Windham Rape Case by Andrea Ganley-Dannewitz A Salem resident has been arrested as a suspect in connection with a Windham sexual assault.. Jonathan Prodanas, 28, was arrested
last Thursday afternoon. Windham Police Department held a warrant for Prodanas’ arrest on charges of aggravated felonious sexual assault, which alleges forcible rape against a 21- year old female. A November 14 court arraignment has
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been scheduled at the 10th Circuit Court in Salem. Windham Police Captain Mike Caron
said the case does originate out of Windham, but refuses to provide further information. The case is still active and under investigation in Windham. “This is not a case of date rape, but I can not elaborate as to any of the details pertaining to this case at this time,” Caron said. However, he does not feel that Prodanas poses a threat to the public. Prodanas’ arrest last Thursday was the result of the gathering of enough evidence to issue a warrant alleging these charges. Prodanas turned himself into police. Salem police arrested Jonathan Prodanas last year after an extreme case of domestic issues at his mother’s home. He was charged in that incident with obstructing the report of crime or injury. A Salem District Court judge sentenced Prodanas a two-year sentence, which was suspended on the condition of good behavior. He was fined $500 and was required to take part in a drug education program.
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