Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for June 2009
SOMERSET, NJ—David Hathaway, the head of the accounting division for Toppan Printing, has been arrested and charged with stealing more than $100,000 from the printer by funneling it to a fake company that he created, according to The Star-Ledger. He was charged with theft by deception for writing checks totaling $118,178.38 to ANZ Services/A2Z Services, the paper reported. Hathaway allegedly billed Toppan's customers to mask the thefts.
A Newton man was arrested today for stealing more than $100,000 from a Somerset County printing company while he was in charge of their accounting division, authorities said. David Hathaway, 50, was charged with second-degree theft by deception for the incidents that occurred between December 2007 and December 2008, county Prosecutor Wayne Forrest said today. His bail was set at $35,000.