Maya Guyton, 33, is charged with two counts of third-degree theft after her employer accused her of stealing a $25,000 Gucci purse and a backpack valued at $1,450.
The state offered Guyton admission to the gucci handbags Pretrial Intervention Program (PTI) and restitution payment of the total amount of goods, but she rejected the deal, saying that she wasn't guilty, so she shouldn't be obligated to pay for the missing merchandise.
The PTI program, which is similar to probation, allows first-time offenders the ability to remove the conviction from their record as long as they stay out of trouble for a predetermined amount of years.
The state alleges that the $25,000 bag was sent to the Secaucus store in July 2011 by a Boston store to be repaired and between July 27 and 29, the bag was removed from the company's gucci uk computer system.
In February 2012, the Boston store inquired about the michael kors handbags outlet merchandise and a subsequent investigation was started, culminating in a complaint being filed against Guyton at the end of February.
The prosecution says that records of the system show that information on the purse was removed from the system at gucci outlet the computer used by Guyton.
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