If you've ever gone to a bar and ordered a drink, the bartenders often ask if you want to 'keep it open,' meaning to keep the card open on file at the bar until you're ready to pay your tab for the night. It's common practice at any average bar or restaurant. Except something went wrong when a customer couldn't find his card after visiting a local Olathe restaurant. The owner of the restaurant has since been charged with misdemeanor and felon theft charges.
The documents allege that after the owner of the card left the restaurant, he couldn't find his card. He did call the restaurant and they claimed not to have it, so he cancelled the card the next. However, in that time, over $7,000 in charges were made on it at retail stores, a liquor store and even at local restaurants. Surveillance video appears to show the accused making the purchases with the card.