Annette Parker, who's a supervisor at Eagle's Truck Stop pulled
the plug on the machine after overhearing people talking about the
excess payments. But by the next day it had been plugged back in
and was continuing to cough up extra money.
Authorities put the total loss at seven-thousand dollars. But
they also think they may be able to get at least some of it back.
The machine keeps records of who gets the money.
The sheriff thinks the A-T-M may have been rigged by somebody at the truck stop in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. And he says there could be charges against those who got more than they should have.
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