Conshohocken man charged with multiple felonies over theft from Home Depot

6ABC Action News has reported that 43-year-old Jason Jay Davis of Conshohocken has been charged with 396 counts including Retail Theft-Under Ring, Retail Theft-Alter Label/Price Marking, and Receiving Stolen Property, all F3 felonies, and Corruption of Minors, a M1 misdemeanor.

According to Action News, court documents accuse Davis of committing these crimes at the Home Depot in Conshohocken (Plymouth Township). Overall, Davis is accused of stealing $20,000 worth of merchandise during the year-long scheme.

Davis served as a paramedic with the Lower Providence Community Center and Ambulance based in Eagleville. In a statement, Christopher J. Reynolds announced that Davis had been suspended after he was charged and upon reviewing the court documents has now been dismissed. According to Action News, Davis wore his uniform while committing some of the crimes.

Davis was arrested on April 5th by the Plymouth Township Police Department and appeared before Magisterial Judge Todd Stephens who set bail at $5,000. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 16th before Magisterial Judge Jodi Griffis.

You can watch 6ABC Action News report below. Please note that the anchor initially incorrectly identifies the Home Depot location as being in Whitemarsh Township, it is in Plymouth Township. The anchor also states that Davis “used minors” in his crimes. As you will see (if you watch the video), near the end of the report, reporter Walter Perez states that Davis was charged with Corruption of Minors in five of the cases because he was seen in the store with presumably his own child.

Photo: Screengrab from 6ABC Action News’ video