All gassed up

  • Sunday, March 16, 2014

Police were called to a business due to fraudulent use of the company' gas card.

The owner told the officer she got an email from her gas card company with an alert. She was informed that one of the cards had excessive activity over the last week. The activity sheet was emailed to her and there were over 26 charges totaling over $1000.

It was not hard to determine which employee was in possession of that card and he was terminated.

A case was started so that she could pursue the man who wronged her.


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