Vt trooper who padded timesheets releasedThe Associated Press | October 12,2013BURLINGTON — A former Vermont State Police sergeant who pleaded guilty to padding his time sheets has been released from prison.
Jim Deeghan served nine months of his two-year sentence after earning reductions for his work camp duty while in prison and because he was a nonviolent offender with no prior record.
Deeghan, a 22-year police veteran, pleaded guilty in January. He recently began paying back the $200,000 he owes the state.MORE IN Vermont NewsA confidential memo obtained by Vermont Public Radio shows that the Agency of Education is still... Full Story
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