Macon man arrested after paying for $15K worth of gas with stolen card

Marquis Antonio

 

30-year-old Marquis Antonio Simmons allegedly stole a company gas card from the Five Star Automotive Group in Macon and made a Facebook post offering to use the card to pay for his friends' gas if they paid him half the cost.

A man was arrested Thursday after allegedly committing $15,000 worth of credit card fraud.

That's according to a news release from the Bibb County Sheriff's Office. The release says 30-year-old Marquis Antonio Simmons allegedly stole a company gas card from the Five Star Automotive Group in Macon and made a Facebook post offering to use the card to pay for his friends' gas if they paid him half the cost.

For example, if it took $10 to fill the tank, the friend would pay Simmons $5 and he would pay for the gas with the stolen card.

Deputies arrested Simmons in his home Thursday. Simmons is being held without bond and faces 320 counts of Financial Transaction Card fraud.

Anyone with information on this case can contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500.

 

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