Waterloo man accused of personal use of Phelps business’ fuel card
A Waterloo man has been taken into custody on a warrant following an investigation into illegal use of a fuel card from a local business.
According to the Ontario County Sheriffs Department, Neil Amand, 38, of Waterloo is accused of using a fuel card from a Phelps business for his personal vehicle on December 14.
The alleged fraudulent purchase took place at the 7Eleven gas station on Rt. 14 in Phelps.
He will appear in local court at a later date.
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