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Athens County Sheriff Indicted on 25 Counts
- Three counts of Theft in Office, a fourth-degree felony
- Ten counts of Theft in Office, a fifth-degree felony
- Four counts of Theft, a fifth-degree felony
- One count of Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity, a first-degree felony
- One count of Money Laundering, a third-degree felony
- One count of Tampering with Evidence, a third-degree felony
- One count of Tampering with Records, a third-degree felony
- One count of Perjury, a third-degree felony
- One count of Failure to Keep Cashbook, an unclassified felony
- One count of Obstructing Official Business, a second-degree misdemeanor
- One count of Dereliction of Duty, a second-degree misdemeanor
Attorney General DeWine also announced that his office, as required by Ohio Revised Code Section 3.16, would request that the Ohio Supreme Court initiate proceedings for “suspension of a local official charged with (a) felony related to official conduct.”
A copy of the indictment and charts explaining degrees for Theft in Office charges and possible sentences are available on the Ohio Attorney General’s website.