- An Aurora police officer is accused of fabricating a call to extend her shift and get overtime pay.
The officer, [...], 43, of Plano, has been charged with theft by deception after an internal police investigation. She is facing discipline that could include termination from the department, police officials said Thursday.
[She] "deceived the Aurora Police Department by fraudulently creating a service call late in her work shift for the purpose of obtaining funds not due to her in the value of $71.14," according to charging documents.
So what should a "theft of Lieutenant position" be charged with?