Friday, March 17, 2017

Berrien County Michigan sheriff's lieutenant guilty of retail fraud

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Berrien County MI March 17 2017
A former Berrien County Michigan “Deputy of the Year is out of a job and left with a criminal record after a shoplifting incident.
Lieutenant Trent Babcock was caught by Niles Michigan Walmart security personnel taking $200 of groceries from the store without paying for them in February.
He entered a guilty plea to retail fraud charges on March 3, and was ordered to pay $400 in court costs and fees.
Sheriff Paul Bailey has told several media outlets that he fired Babcock on Monday, but did not give any further details.
Babcock was the county’s “Deputy of the Year” in 2013, prior to his promotion to lieutenant.

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