Tip spurs additional charges against former Typhoon exec

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

An anonymous letter sparked an investigation of Richard Lee Anderson's employment at Sysco.

Detectives found evidence that Anderson was charging other companies for food and equipment that they did not order, such as a restaurant-grade waffle iron, according to Deputy District Attorney Kevin Demer. Anderson would pick up those items, then sell them at his own profit or give them away to ingratiate himself to customers. Some business owners wrote checks directly to Anderson for the supplies, Demer said.

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