Lakeland, Florida - A bank employee training to become a deputy helped himself to $4,000 from a Wells Fargo ATM he was supposed to restock with cash, the sheriff's office said.
Nicholas David Cabrera, 21, of Plant City was charged with Grand Theft.
The sheriff's office said he was an employee of the Wells Fargo Bank on South Combee in Lakeland, entrusted with keys and codes to restock the automatic teller machine there.
Instead, on April 29th, he allegedly removed about $4,000 and hid the cash in his back pocket.
Detectives say he admitted the theft under questioning. He said he spent the money on personal items and put about $1,000 of it into his savings account.
He was booked into the Polk County jail.