LEBANON, Ohio (WDTN) - A former police officer in Warren County, Ohio, is accused of stealing money from the widow of a sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty.
Sgt. Brian Dulle of the Warren County Sheriff's Office was struck and killed on May 10, 2011, while deploying stop sticks involving a fleeing felon.
Two months later, William Ryan Hunt, an ex-police officer from Morrow and Harveysburg police departments, organized a memorial golf outing in Sgt. Dulle's name, to raise money for his widow. According to Hunt's self-produced revenue and expense statement, the event made over $9500 in profit.
Warren County Sheriff Larry Sims said in March 2012, he learned that no money had ever been transferred to Sgt. Dulle's widow or the bank account specifically set up for donations.
A 10 month investigation expanded into additional areas of alleged fraud and theft, resulting in charges of two counts of theft, one count of attempted tampering with records, and one count of attempted tampering with evidence.
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