Appeal from the Order of the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review in case of In re: Claim of Glenda E. Harris, No. B-210055.
Matthew J. Creme, Jr., Nikolaus, Hohenadel & Chesters, for petitioner.
Richard F. Faux, Associate Counsel, with him, Richard L. Cole, Jr., Chief Counsel, for respondent.
Judges Williams, Jr., Doyle and Blatt, sitting as a panel of three. Opinion by Judge Blatt. Judge Williams, Jr. concurs in result only.
Farmland Industries, Inc. (employer) appeals here an order of the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review (Board) which granted unemployment compensation benefits to Glenda E. Harris (claimant).
The findings of fact, as made by the referee and adopted by the Board, are as follows:
1. Claimant was last employed as a manager by Farmland Industries Inc. from October 6, 1980, at a final rate of pay of $5.02 per hour, and her last day of work was December 19, 1981.
2. In December 1981, employer turned over an amount of cash in excess of $2,000 in marked bills to an undercover State Policeman.
3. A portion of these funds were later uncovered in the coat pocket of a passenger in claimant's automobile.
4. Claimant was arrested for criminal conspiracy and stated that it was a dumb thing to do, "I'm sorry".
5. Claimant was suspended on December 21, 1981, and discharged a week later for allegedly conspiring with ...