Iowa Car Rental Employee Caught Privately Renting Out Vehicles

According to ABC 5 in Des Moines, Iowa, an Enterprise employee may face charges for theft after four vehicles went missing from the airport Enterprise Rent-a-Car location where she worked.

A witness reported Tara Rincon, 21, to Enterprise Manager Doug Reiser when Rincon was found pocketing money from renting out vehicles on her own.  

Rincon returned the vehicles which included a Dodge Avenger, a Nissan Titan, a Ford F–150 and a Chevrolet Suburban — all 2012 models.

Des Moines police said that since Rincon had legal access to the vehicles, the situation may not be theft. Instead, Enterprise may deal with the matter internally.

View the full article on the ABC 5 website here:
http://www.woi-tv.com/story/18662000/rental-car-employee-admits-to-taking-cars

Comments

  1. M.MacNish [ September 23, 2012 @ 12:25AM ]

    Disgusting rentals that consistently are sent across the US and this one reporting proves the customer respect given.

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