A 25-year-previous former Uber contractor from Colma has been sentenced to 6 months in jail and 5 years of probation for utilizing the experience-hailing service’s inner system to challenge greater than $25,000 in free rides and meals deliveries for himself, his family and friends, prosecutors stated Monday.
Bernie Ali Martinez acquired the sentence Friday after he pleaded no contest on June 26 to felony grand theft costs for a case that was reported to police after Uber found the theft and fired him, in response to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
Martinez had been given a password to entry Uber’s system and he used it to situation $25,543 in credit to himself, family and friends members to pay for rides and deliveries from the UberEATS app, typically to Martinez’s residence, prosecutors stated.
Investigators served a search warrant in August 2016 at his residence in Colma, the place his residence pc and telephone have been seized, prosecutors stated.
Along with the jail sentence and probation, Martinez was ordered to pay greater than $18,000 in restitution and numerous fines and courtroom charges, prosecutors stated.
His protection lawyer Jason Cueva declined to touch upon the case.
— By Bay City News Service / Image by way of Shutterstock
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Originally revealed September 11, 2017.