BRIEF: Beaverton man sentenced for stealing scrap metal from workplace
Dec 20, 2012 (Menafn - The Oregonian - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --Summary: A man accused of stealing scrap metal from his workplace has been convicted and sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court.
The case: On Oct. 24, deputies served a search warrant at the home of Daniel Shea Mahar. Deputies said Mahar, 54, who lives near Beaverton, made more than 86,000 in three years by selling stolen copper, brass, aluminum and other items from Maxim Integrated Products in Beaverton. Deputies found a sawed-off shotgun and drugs at Mahar's home.
Update: On Nov. 15, Mahar pleaded guilty to one count each of aggravated theft, delivery of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school building and possession of a short-barreled firearm.
Sentence: Mahar was sentenced to one year and four months in prison, followed by three years of post-prison supervision. Mahar must pay 600 in fees and restitution in an amount to be determined. Mahar is to undergo drug abuse treatment and have no contact with the victim or metal recyclers.
-- Roger Gregory
___ (c)2012 The Oregonian (Portland, Ore.) Visit The Oregonian (Portland, Ore.)
at www.oregonian.com Distributed by MCT Information Services
Copyright (C) 2012, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.