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Former Eagle Reno Mahe And Four Others Charged With Stealing Over $15K In Gas

by BSO Staff | Posted on Saturday, July 16th, 2011
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Whenever I want to get the “hookup” on something I try to make sure I’m getting that “hookup” legally or at lease half legally.

That wasn’t the case for former Philadelphia Eagle Reno Mahe. Mahe four others were charged inUtah’s 3rd District Court with stealing more than $15,000 in gasoline in 2010 from a construction company in aSalt Lake Citysuburb. Here are the details per

Another former BYU football player, Tevita Ofahengaue, also is charged with a single count of theft, as are Michael Andrus, Mark Evers and Fred Prescott.

An affidavit of probable cause signed by Murray City Police Detective Tyler Evans said A-Core Concrete Cutting officials discovered one of their employees, Evers, was using a gas code to steal gasoline from the company for the last four years. The firm conducted an audit and calculated a loss of more than $55,000 between June 18, 2006, and Oct. 17, 2010.

The affidavit said video surveillance footage available for the final three months of the thefts observed Evers, and four of his friends, including Mahe, fill their personal vehicles with gas after business hours using the code. The detective said he viewed the video and determined Mahe was present during the theft of $2,688 worth of gasoline.

Mahe is charged with theft, a second-degree felony.

All I can do is shake my head at Mahe and these other fools. They had to have known that this was stealing. This is no different than a Footlocker employee giving his home boys free Jordans after the store closes.

Although Mahe said he wasn’t aware he was being accused of doing something wrong, he should’ve been smart enough to know that STEALING gas from a LARGE COMPANY was wrong.

SMH! SMARTEN UP NAS! And pay back the money!

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