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A law firm accountant was arrested on charges that he stole $1.6 million from his employer, according to the Pinellas County, Florida sheriff.

David J. Sarnowski, 50, was charged with scheme to defraud and grand theft. He is being held at Pinellas County Jail on $200,000 bail.

According to law enforcement, Sarnowski electronically transferred $1.6 million from the account of the law firm, Tanney, Eno, Griffith and Ingram of Clearwater, to his own personal account. The thefts occurred between June 2004 and February 2008.

  
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Tanney Eno does not have a web site, at least not one Google knows about, and not under that name (is this them?). Either they can’t be bothered, or Sarnowski stole that too.



 

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