Report: Former NFL running back Reno Mahe allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth gas

Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Reno Mahe is facing felony charges for stealing gasoline from A-Core Concrete Cutting in Utah. Mahe and four others are charged with theft of more than $15,000 worth of gas in 2010, according to court documents.
Along with Mahe, former BYU football player Tevita Ofahengaue is also being charged with stealing fuel, as are accomplices Michael Andrus, Mark Evers and Fred Prescott. A-Core Concrete Cutting alleges that employee Evers used a gas code to steal fuel from the company. The firm conducted an audit and calculated a loss of more than $55,000.

Video surveillance footage allegedly shows Evers and four accomplices, including Mahe, filling up their personal vehicles with gas after business hours. Mahe was apparently present during the theft of at least $2,688 worth of gasoline. Though Mahe claims he's not aware that he's been accused of any wrongdoings, Yahoo News reports that court records show Mahe was booked into a Salt Lake County Jail Thursday and released pending his hearing on August 5th.

[Source: Yahoo News | Photo: AP]

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