EVANSVILLE, Ind. — A southern Indiana man is accused of using his company credit card to buy about $65,000 worth of guns and outdoor equipment.
Kyle Hollman, 29, of Boonville, was arrested after an audit by ProLift Toyota Material Handling showed the purchases Hollman made on a company credit card as well as evidence that he altered purchase orders to make his purchases appear legitimate.
ProLift Toyota Material Handling says the thefts took place over a three-year period and included nearly $30,000 worth of guns and accessories and another $35,000 of outdoor equipment like boots, coolers, and backpacks, reports The Evansville Courier & Press.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office said Hollman admitted to the thefts and is cooperating with state, county, and federal investigators.
Hollman faces 20 counts of theft, including multiple felony counts.
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