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According to the Alaska Dispatch, Steven Berry began working at Mudbusters carwash in 1999 and quit suddenly in 2009. It was after the carwash started turning record profits that the owners realized that Berry might have been stealing from them for a decade.
The Mahoy family, who owned the carwash, filed a civil suit against Berry in 2011. Wasilla police launched an investigation that same year. Berry was ultimately tried, and convicted, of first-degree theft of more than $25,000, a Class B felony.
The state plans to seek up to $415,000 in restitution.
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