There are new details in the case of a former Augusta County sheriff's deputy accused of padding his time sheets. Brian David Rose, 41, turned himself into state police Thursday to be served with three felony counts of obtaining money by false pretenses.
An investigation into Rose's actions began in November of 2010. State police investigated claims that Rose had falsified time sheets and overtime requisitions to the tune of nearly $4,000.
Indictments from an Augusta County grand jury indicate that Rose's offenses may have stretched over his last two years on the job. Rose was released on a $5,000 bond.
Virginia State Police Press Release
Brian D. Rose, 41, of Waynesboro turned himself in to the Virginia State Police Thursday, July 26, to be served with three felony counts of obtaining money by false pretenses.
VSP Special Agent Accountant C.F. Myers initiated the investigation in November 2010 at the request of the Augusta County Sheriff's Office. State police were asked to investigate discrepancies in Rose's time and attendance records while employed by the sheriff's office.
The Waynesboro Commonwealth's Attorney, who was appointed as special prosecutor for the case, assisted with the investigation. Rose was released on a $5,000 bond.
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