Eagleville, PA, Paramedic Charged with Stealing from Home Depot 132 Times

April 11, 2024
Jason Davis often wore his ambulance company uniform shirt while engaged in the theft schemes, police said.

A Pennsylvania paramedic, who faces numerous charges for stealing from Home Depot, often wore his uniform shirt while committing the thefts.

Since last July, Jason Davis, 42, of Conshohocken, stole more than $20,000 from the store. NBC10 reported. 

Lower Providence Ambulance told reporters since charges were filed, Davis no longer works there.

Davis is accused of operating a "ticket-switching" scheme in which he would change prices of expensive items with those of cheaper goods. He also stole items by neglecting to scan them while using self-checkout registers. The thefts occurred about 130 times, police reportred. 

The items were charged to credit cards that belonged to him and his wife. Cameras captured Davis loading the merchandise in his pick-up truck.

He also is charged with corruption of minors, as he is alleged to have brought children with him at least five times while he conducted the scheme.



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