Former fire chief sentenced to community service after embezzlement plea

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — A previous fireplace main for Cutlerville Fire Division was sentenced to community company Monday, July 18, on misdemeanor embezzlement expenses following police say things for a renovation job turned up at his property.

Todd Szakacs was sentenced to 120 hrs on a operate crew, to be concluded in the future year.

He also will be dependable for restitution, but the volume is not nevertheless decided.

Szakacs in April pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor embezzlement rates.

Kent County sheriff’s deputies alleged Szakacs supervised a constructing renovation job in 2016.

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Law enforcement explained Szakacs was associated with the invest in of supplies and gear associated to the project. They said a lookup warrant conducted at his residence turned up “several of the missing things.”

Among the those people goods was a generator, laptop, grill, grill add-ons and a coffee maker, law enforcement said.

Szakacs resigned his article in the vicinity of the beginning of 2019.

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