An employee for Orange County software company Retail Technologies Corporation is accused of stealing more than $100,000 from NBC Universal in a grand theft and credit card fraud scheme.
An WFTV.com report.says that James Crocket funnelled $126,000 in stolen funds over two years to 14 personal and company credit cards, and spent it all.
Crocket works for an Orange County software company and investigators believe he used his company resources to steal the money.
Orange County detectives say Crocket worked for RTC, Retail Technologies Corporation, a firm that handles retail transaction software for companies like NBC Universal's New York City retail operation.
Crocket was the lone employee with access to the NBC Universal accounts. Investigators say he added what appeared to be "credits" for returning merchandise onto his credit cards.