For Immediate Release
May 23, 2011
James C. Vara, Assistant Attorney General
Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announces today that Brendon June, 28, of Middleton, was convicted and sentenced in the Strafford County Superior Court today on one count of Theft by Unauthorized Taking, RSA 637:3.
In June of 2010, Mr. June was indicted by the Strafford County Grand Jury on one count of Theft by Unauthorized Taking. The charge was the result of an investigation by the Attorney General's Office regarding Mr. June's activities while a detective at the Farmington Police Department. The investigation showed that Mr. June stole $3,790.00 dollars from the Farmington Police Department evidence room.
Mr. June was sentenced to twelve months at the Strafford County House of Corrections with 9 months suspended. Mr. June was sentenced to serve three months in jail. Further, Mr. June relinquished his certification as a police officer. Mr. June previously paid restitution in full and resigned from the Farmington Police Department.
Attorney General Michael A. Delaney said, "Those who enter public service take on a public trust to perform their duties lawfully and in the public's best interest. This Office will continue to prosecute anyone who violates that trust and engages in criminal activity."
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