Convenience Store Employees Accused of Selling Items Stolen From Publix, Kroger

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville Police Department says a handful of convenience store employees have been charged with selling stolen goods.   Police teamed up with area Publix and Kroger stores for the past few months to make these arrests.

Five men were charged, and a sixth person is wanted.  There is an active arrest warrant for Fateh H. Alradi for second degree buying and selling property as well as second degree receiving stolen property from 2520 Oakwood Ave.

Naderi Keshtakari of Fuel City on 2000 Whitesburg Drive, was arrested on charges of second degree theft of property and second degree buying and receiving stolen property.

Mohammed Ali Naderi of Fuel City on 2000 Whitesburg Drive, was arrested on charges of  second degree theft of property and second degree buying and receiving stolen property.

Sharif Ahmed Nasser of Mini Mart 2 on 4302 University Drive was arrested on charges of third degree theft of property and second degree buying and receiving stolen property.

Mohammad Reza Moradi of Mini Mart 2 on 4302 University Drive, was arrested on charges of third degree theft of property and second degree buying and receiving stolen property.

Hosein Eslami of Conoco on 2014 Governors Driver was arrested on charges of third degree theft of property and second degree buying and receiving stolen property.