4 charged after investgation at Geneva Walmart

Geneva, N.Y. — Four people were charged shortly after 10:30 p.m. Aug. 23 after an investigation into a complaint of fraudulent returns at the Walmart on Routes 5 and 20 in Geneva, said Ontario County sheriff’s deputies. According to deputies, Stefanie L. Stefanov, 22, of Ithaca for falsifying business records and submitting a fraudulent return. Ernest L. Voorheis, 44, of Valois, was charged with burglary, he was also previously banned from Walmart, said deputies. Shawn Rousseau, 26, of Interlaken, was charged with petit larceny after allegedly stealing a bucket of chicken, three dipping sauces and a bag of beef jerky, deputies said, and Debra Rousseau, 51, of Interlaken was charged on an outstanding warrant out of Geneva. All were arraigned in the Town of Geneva Court and sent to Ontario County Jail. Bail for Stefanov was $7,500 cash bail, $15,000 bond, for Voorheis it was $20,000 cash bail, $40,000 bond said deputies. Michael Rousseau was sent to jail on $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond, and Debra Rousseau was sent on $750 cash bail or $1,000 bond. Police said they believe that these individuals are involved in more larcenies and fraudulent returns to different Walmart stores in the area.

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