Director of Assets Protection Arrested

An Omaha man who was in charge of preventing theft at Gordmans is suspected of stealing more than $136,000 from the Omaha-based chain.  Richard N. Palmer, 43, was arrested last week and charged with felony theft by deception. If convicted, he could face up to 20 years in prison.

Palmer was director of asset protection at the company and had worked for Gordmans for 12 years. Gordmans officials said only that Palmer no longer was an employee. 

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