It was a slam dunk case: Chipotle senior managers had it all on tape: on December 29, 2014, there was Jeanette Ortiz, general manager for the Mexican Grill near the Fresno State campus, crouching in front of the safe. She removed an envelope, extracted a bunch of bills and fanned them theatrically. She peaked over her shoulder to make sure no one was looking. Her actions were right out of central casting. Ortiz, 42, a long-time employee with nine children and known financial struggles, with ...
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