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Nassau County Police Arrest Roslyn Steakhouse Butcher Manager for Grand Larceny

April 14, 2020

ROSLYN, NY – The Nassau County Police Department’s Special Investigations Squad reported the arrest of a Deer Park man at 11 AM on Tuesday, April 7, for a Grand Larceny that occurred in Roslyn, according to the NCPD’s news release.

According to detectives, “defendant Anthony Callari, 61, of 70 Pine Acres Boulevard while employed as a butcher manager for Bryant and Cooper Steakhouse, located at 2 Middle Neck Road, did remove U.S. currency from the cash register without permission to do so.  

“The defendant systematically voided fraudulent sales slips and removed the said amount from the register in the form of cash. When the victim compiled their findings, it was reported to police on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Subsequent to the investigation, the loss between January 2016 to April 2020 was determined to be approximately $88,493.00 dollars U.S. currency.”

“Defendant Anthony Callari was arrested without incident and is charged with one count of Grand Larceny 2nd Degree and one count of Falsify Business Records 1st Degree,” the NCPD news release stated, adding that Callari “was arraigned on Wednesday, April 8, and released on an Appearance Ticket returnable to Nassau County Court 262 Old County Road Mineola on Wednesday, May 27.”


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