FORMER SAFELIGHT AUTO GLASS EMPLOYEE INDICTED FOR $1.5 MILLION DOLLAR THEFT FROM EMPLOYER
Posted on 9/1/2015
Defendant: Aaron B. Wisenbarger
Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announces that the Franklin County Grand Jury has returned an indictment against Aaron B. Wisenbarger, age 37, for one count Theft (F-1), one count Telecommunications Fraud (F-1), and one count Tampering with Records (F-3), for a total of three counts . Wisenbarger was an accounts payable assistant manager for Safelite Auto Glass with it’s corporate office located at 2400 Farmers Drive in Columbus. It is alleged that between 2006 to 2014, Wisenbarger faked invoices, had checks and many direct deposits into his personal account, and changed records to make it look like legitimate vendors were paid. Wisenbarger’s bank records show the money going into his account matched the fake invoices. In total, it is alleged that Wisenbarger took $1,561,338.03 from the company. “If found guilty on these charges, this former assistant manager faces a potential incarceration in excess of twenty years”, O’Brien stated.