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Fraudulent failure to return leased property (access required)

The trial court correctly convicted appellant of fraudulently failing to return rental property based on the rental agreement, a demand letter and circumstantial evidence showing appellant’s “evasive and uncommunicative conduct.” Background Taking the evidence in a light most favorable to the commonwealth, appellant rented a material lifter valued at $3,498 from United Rentals. The rental agreement misidentified ...