Rodney Skinner, 39, and Andrew Van Hoosen, 41, have been indicted on first-degree aggravated theft, money laundering, conspiracy, and computer crime charges, the Corvallis police department said in a statement.
The duo sold as much as $100,000 of the equipment on eBay over a several-month period, prosecutors said. A search of their residences uncovered over $200,000 worth of other stolen HP property, the Benton County sheriff said.
Although the pair have been charged, neither is in jail, nor was either required to post bail. They're to be arraigned August 11.
HP's inkjet technology was developed at the Corvallis location, which currently boasts some 3,500 employees.