Former Bismarck police officer accused of crimeBISMARCK, N.D. — A former Bismarck police officer is accused of falsifying his timecard while working in the police department's traffic division.
BISMARCK, N.D. — A former Bismarck police officer is accused of falsifying his timecard while working in the police department's traffic division.
Forty-two-year-old Kevin Huber faces a misdemeanor charge of tampering with public records. The maximum penalty upon conviction is a year in jail and a $2,000 fine.
The Bismarck Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/19AoJ28 ) that Huber is accused of using a supervisor's login and password to get into the department's timekeeping system and add time to his timecard. Police Chief Dan Donlin says Huber received nearly $8,500 that he didn't earn.
Authorities say Huber resigned in April before being fired and has repaid the money.
A phone number for Huber is no longer in service. His attorney did not immediately respond to an Associated Press request for comment.
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