July 26, 1999

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Bozo criminal for today comes from the Cyberspace File. Bozo Alexander Jarvis was the district sales manager for Harvard Neckware in suburban Miami, a necktie company. As sales manager, it was easy for our bozo to steal a few ties. Quite a few, actually, about $100,000 worth. And what would a bozo do with $100,000 worth of neckties stolen from his employer? Set up a website to sell them, of course. Now, the owner of the company knew someone was stealing from him but would never have suspected his trusted sales manager until he stumbled upon his website while surfing the net. What caught his eye was that the bozo had used his own home address and cell phone number for the company. And to top it off, the bozo never even bothered to remove the identifying company name tags from the back of the ties. Needless to say, he’s been arrested.