Ambulance driver arrested for using company credit card to fuel his private car

Refueling car illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt 

A man was arrested after using his company’s credit card to fuel his own car, according to reports.

The ambulance driver faces charges of fraudulent credit card use, authorities said.

Brandon M. Miller, 19, was arrested on Wednesday, for using the credit card from Nazareth EMS, several times in recent months in his free time to purchase a total of $400 in fuel, officials said.

Jen McClowsky, Nazareth EMS supervisor, who is based at 49 South Broad St. in Nazareth, Northampton Co., alerted police to the illegal use of the card, authorities said.

During an interview at the police station, Miller admitted to the crime, telling investigators he was having family and financial problems, officials said.

Miller, of 310 South Main St., Nazareth, was indicted for theft and receiving stolen property. He was released on his own recognizance, according to court documents.