Parkville Man Arrested, Charged In Gas Theft Scam

Glenn Keller, a Parkville resident, was arrested in connection with a gas theft scheme, the York Daily Record reports.

A Parkville man is in a York County jail after he was arrested and charged in connection with a fuel theft scheme in Pennsylvania.

Glenn Keller, of Parkville, was one of three men recently arrested and charged in connection with the scam, the York Daily Record reported. He was being held at the York County Prison on $75,000 bond as of Sunday afternoon.

According to the York Daily Record, Keller and two other men allegedly used Panera Bread gift cards to store unauthorized credit card information, then used those cards to steal more than $35,000 in diesel fuel during July and August.

The three men were charged with "retail theft, access device fraud, criminal conspiracy to commit retail theft, criminal conspiracy to commit access device fraud," according to the report.

You can read the full story at the York Daily Record.

Parkvillehoney August 21, 2012 at 04:25 PM
What idiot goes to a business where they are being photographed by surveillance cameras and returns back multiple times! I hope they don't procreate.


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