ASBURY PARK – An worker of an Asbury Park lodge was arrested and charged with theft after stealing greater than $400,00Zero from the enterprise, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni introduced on Wednesday. Larry Dembrun,Jr. 40, of Montclair was arrested Tuesday by members of the Asbury Park Police Division and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Workplace following an investigation, in response to the MCPO. He was charged with theft of greater than $400,000.00 from his employer, Salt Lodges, the proprietor of the Asbury Lodge, Asbury Lanes, and the Asbury Ocean Membership, all positioned in Asbury Park. Dembrun’s most up-to-date place with the corporate was as regional supervisor, which gave him accountability for managing all three amenities, the MCPO mentioned. He has since been terminated. The investigation started when the Asbury Park Police Division was initially contacted by lodge executives on June 27, 2020 after an inner audit revealed that Dembrun had written quite a few checks to pay a private bank card invoice, the MCPO mentioned.He had additionally issued unauthorized checks to himself and to members of the lodge employees, the MCPO mentioned.Following a radical evaluation of the working/expense accounts for the lodge, in addition to Dembrun’s private bank accounts, the investigators decided that between January of 2018 and June of 2020, he stole $486,882.17 from the corporate. Dembrun completed the theft in a wide range of methods. Unauthorized checks written from the Asbury Lodge’s working account to pay his private American Specific payments totaled $159,898.32, the MCPO mentioned. He made cash withdrawals from the working account that totaled $165,144.25. He then deposited the withdrawn cash in incremental quantities into his private checking account, the MCPO mentioned.He additionally issued unauthorized payroll checks to himself within the quantity of $12,603.00, the MCPO mentioned.Dembrun additionally took cash from the Asbury Lanes expense account within the quantity of $51,150, and saved cash that ought to have been deposited within the quantity of $6,791.25. Lastly, he wrote “bonus” and “incentive” checks to lodge employees totaling $91, 295.00, the MCPO mentioned. All of those acts had been unauthorized and violated established company coverage. If convicted of second diploma theft, Dembrun faces as much as ten years in jail.