A Grayson County Emergency Medical Services employee was arrested on Friday, May 2 for allegedly making fraudulent use of a GC EMS-owned credit card.
A Grayson County District Court arrest warrant states that between March 7 and April 30, 49-year-old Lonnie Stone, a GC EMS paramedic from Leitchfield, allegedly committed the offense of Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card $500 < $10,000 (greater than $500 but less than $10,000).
According to the warrant, executed by Leitchfield Police Department Detective Kevin Smith, Stone allegedly used a SuperFleet credit card owned by GC EMS to make fuel purchases in excess of $845.60, “which were placed in his personal vehicle for personal use without consent of the account holder.”
An arrest citation states that on Friday morning, Stone was arrested at a residence on Oakhill Drive and charged with Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card $500 < $10,000 by the LPD.
Stone was transported to the Grayson County Detention Center where, as of press time, he was still lodged on a $7,500 cash bond. He is scheduled to appear in court at the Grayson County Judicial Center on Thursday, May 8 at 9 a.m.
The LPD declined to comment on the case.