Former Dane County deputy charged with stealing funds from union, court records show
MADISON, Wis. — The former sheriff’s deputy accused of stealing money from the deputies’ union was charged Tuesday with eight felony counts of theft and identity theft, according to court records.
Former Deputy Joel Wagner is accused of stealing as much as $10,000 from the association in the years he served as treasurer.
Officials with the Department of Justice told News 3 they investigated allegations against Wagner for mishandling of funds.
Wagner’s initial appearance in court will be Jan. 25.
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