Tenn. first responders arrested amid fraud investigation
Robert Reasonover and Tyler Rathert allegedly logged into AMR’s accounting system and claimed hours they never worked
By News Staff
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Two first responders were arrested and are accused of stealing from the ambulance service they work for.
WSMV reported that firefighter-EMT Robert Reasonover and EMT Tyler Rathert face felony theft charges after allegedly logging into the accounting system of AMR, the parent company of Lifeguard Ambulance Service, where they both work.
Police conducted a fraud investigation and said Reasonover, who is also a firefighter for the Nashville Fire Department, and Rathert claimed hours they never worked.
AMR alleges Reasonover received $10,786 as a result of the fraud, and Rathert was paid $5,991.
The investigation is currently underway.