Man accused of using ex-employer’s gas card misses court date

(Lancaster County District Attorney's Office)
(Lancaster County District Attorney's Office)

MANHEIM, Pa. – Authorities in Lancaster County are looking for a fugitive who failed to show up for arraignment on a felony count of using a stolen card.

Brandon A. Polynone of Manheim is charged with using his former employer’s fuel card for personal purchases over the past few months. The 31-year-old failed to show up for his scheduled appearance at District Judge Nancy Hamill’s court, authorities said.

Polynone had been employed by Latshaw Brothers Concrete until Aug. 24.

The company reported Polynone racked up $1,457 in usage on their fuel card.

According to police, Polynone admitted to using the card after he was identified as a suspect through surveillance videos.

Judge Hamill signed a warrant for Polynone’s arrest. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the East Cocalico Township Police Department at 717-336-1725.

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