Two police officers fired for faking time cards

Two North Muskegon police officers have been fired for allegedly falsifying their time cards.
WZZM-TV
Jun 22, 2013

Officers Erin Baerman and Robert Brezina were terminated in late May.

According to the North Muskegon Police Chief Tom Korabik, Baerman and Brezina violated department policy while on duty in April. They are accused of false reporting on their time cards to get paid for hours they didn't work.

Michigan State Police are reviewing reports of the investigation leading to the disciplinary action to determine if any laws were broken. The Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office is expected to review the state police findings to determine if the officers' actions warrant criminal charges.

According to the City of North Muskegon's website. Baerman joined the police department in October 2005. Brezina was hired in February 2010 and became a full-time officer in August 2010.

Comments

LessThanAmused

Another wonderful example of "Stupid is as stupid does...." How does someone become a police officer without a basic understanding of the concept of right and wrong?

GHJames

The same way someone gets a job with the IRS without a basic understanding of fiscal responsibility? A job with the NSA without a basic understanding of what poses a threat to national security? Etc... etc...

LessThanAmused

Yeah....I didn't think that one thru very well did I? Sounds like we're screwed on all fronts.

AtomicRooster

I lied to get the job. They lied about the job. There...we're even. Go figure.

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