SALT LAKE CITY -- A Unified Police Department officer is accused of filing paperwork falsely claiming to be working as many as three jobs or shifts at once, collecting more pay than he deserved.
Court records show 43-year-old Stephen F. Hall was charged Tuesday with three counts of falsifying government records and one of theft by deception.
Prosecutors say Hall worked regular Unified Police Department shifts at the same time he put in for overtime pay for DUI patrols. They say he mixed it up by sometimes also working as a security guard for a hospital or a state liquor store while on the state payroll.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the 20-year veteran retired from the Unified Police Department in May while under investigation.
The charges say Hall collected about $14,000 in unearned pay since 2010.