DEERFIELD TWP., Ohio – A federal agent is charged with stealing wine from a Kroger store after employees grew suspicious and alerted authorities. Police say ATF agent James Burk took expensive wine to the self-checkout lane and charged himself a small percent of the cost. Burk was charged by the Warren County Sheriff's Office for stealing more than $200 in wine from the Landen Kroger. According to deputies, they caught Burk going to the self-checkout in August and paying $19 for four bottles of wine that had a total price tag of $222. The report says Burk bought bottles of Stag's Leap Wine priced at $62.99 and $33.99, but the code he entered charged him only $4.99. According to the report, Kroger employees had grown suspicious of Burk and began watching him. They said he did the same thing multiple times. We went to Burk's house for comment but no one came to the door. We also contacted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. A spokeswoman said the agency is aware of the charge and that it is handling the matter internally but would not comment further Copyright 2015 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.