A Shrewsbury man is awaiting a listening to after being charged criminally for embezzling greater than $750,000 from the Colts Neck firm the place he was an accountant.
Appearing Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey introduced the costs on Wednesday morning in opposition to 45-year previous Mark S. Bloom, on second-degree theft by illegal taking.
Via their joint investigation, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Workplace and Colts Neck Police checked out all of the numbers looking for proof to substantiate the allegations.
They proceeded to run a monetary evaluation of D’Angelico Guitars of America, a musical instrument producer headquartered on Route 537, which discovered that sooner or later at first of 2020 Bloom had allegedly created a brand new private PayPal account and “started surreptitiously transferring funds into it from the corporate’s American Specific enterprise account and its PayPal enterprise account.”
Appearing Prosecutor Linskey mentioned that Bloom would then use the private PayPal account, the place he had gathered the greater than $750,000, after which spent many of the embezzled funds on on-line playing.
Bloom was charged by way of summons and is awaiting the scheduling of a listening to to happen in Monmouth County Superior Courtroom.
He’s being represented by Randolph H. Wolf, Esq., with an workplace in Purple Financial institution.
The case is assigned to Assistant Prosecutor Kristen Anastos of the Prosecutor’s Workplace’s Monetary Crimes and Public Corruption Unit.