Two men and a woman have been arrested for an alleged scheme that stole more than $65,000 from Remington Arms in Ilion.

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State Police say one of the men, 49-year-old David Tabor of Poland, NY, is a former employee of Remington. The two others, 43-year-old Matthew Edwards, and 38-year-old Rachel Geer, both from Remsen, are not, but all three stand accused of creating a fake business and using the fraudulent entity to steal more than $65,000 from the company over a period of several months.

Each is facing charges of Grand Larceny in the second-degree, a class-C felony, Scheme to Defraud in the first-degree, and fourth-degree Conspiracy. The latter are both class-E felonies, according to state police.

The exact nature of the alleged scheme is unclear, but WIBX has learned a case against the trio was recently presented to a Herkimer County grand jury. Calls to Herkimer County District Attorney Jeffrey Carpenter were not returned as of this posting.

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