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Convenience store worker charged with embezzlement

Medicine Park- A Lawton man is charged with embezzlement after prosecutors say he stole over $4,000 in cash and merchandise from a convenience store.

Investigators say 26-year-old Guy Weathers did it while he worked for the Hop & Sak store on Highway 49 in Medicine Park. He's accused of taking $3,101 in cash and $962 in merchandise, including cigarettes. A judge set his bond at $2,500 and he's due back in court in for a preliminary hearing on August 6th.

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