William A. Carvounis, 35, of North Brunswick, also tried to coax local police and the Cabela's store from which he is accused of stealing to drop the out of "professional courtesy," and mentioned his link to the governor.
NJ State Trooper On Christie's Security Detail Faces Theft Charges, Report Says
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February 3, 2014

Via NJ.com:

PITTSBURGH — A New Jersey state trooper shoplifted gun accessories and attempted to get out of his arrest by telling a Pennsylvania police officer that he would lose his job as a member of Gov. Chris Christie's security detail if charges were filed, a police chief told The Associated Press today.

Trooper William Carvounis, 35, of North Brunswick, was at a Cabela's sporting goods store on Jan. 8 when he put several items in his cargo pants pockets — including some handgun grips, a pistol magazine and a hat — and put a $29.99 binocular strap in a box for a product worth $19.99, according to a ...

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