NEWPORT COAST RESIDENT IS CHARGED WITH STEALING 75 CARS FROM HIS EMPLOYER

OCDASeal

Orange County District Attorney
Press Release


Tony Rackauckas, District Attorney
401 Civic Center Drive West
Santa Ana, CA 92701

For Immediate Release
January 16th, 2004
Contact:Pete Pierce
Deputy District Attorney
(714) 634-1385 ext. 203 (O)
(714) 358-9086 (P)

Santa Ana – The Orange County District Attorney’s Office has filed 75 grand theft auto charges against Bryan Moylan, 43, from Newport Coast, for embezzling vehicles from OCB Reprographics in Irvine.

Moylan, a former fleet manager for OCB Reprographics is charged with stealing the pink slips (official title documents given by the Department of Motor Vehicles) for 75 vehicles leased by the company through Enterprise Car Rental Corporation (Enterprise). As the fleet manager, Moylan was in charge of OCB Reprographics fleet of delivery trucks and vans. In 45 cases, Moylan, through fraud, had OCB Reprographics pay off the residual on the 36-month lease from Enterprise. Enterprise then turned over the titles to the vehicles to Moylan. Moylan, unbeknownst to his employer, then sold the vehicles and pocketed the profits. In the remaining 30 cases, Moylan sold the vehicles while they were still being leased by OCB Reprographics from Enterprise. This criminal activity was discovered by an internal investigation by OCB Reprographics and the Irvine Police Department.

Bryan Moylan turned himself in on Thursday and bail has been set at $400,000. Moylan will be arraigned Tuesday morning at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach. If convicted on all charges Moylan could face up to 54 years in state prison.