Former police officer gets 30 days for theft

The Associated Press, The Salt Lake Tribune, KSL Broadcasting
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Moab, UT

2010-07-07_Former police officer gets 30 days_MOAB, Utah (AP) -- A 43-year-old former Utah police officer has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for stealing $900 from his department's undercover drug account.

Edward Arvel Guerrero was sentenced Tuesday in Moab's 7th District Court. A judge ordered him to begin serving his sentence Saturday.

Guerrero also has to pay $958 in fines and will spend the next two years on probation.

Guerrero pleaded guilty in May to misdemeanor theft, and prosecutors agreed to drop a felony burglary charge.

He was accused of breaking into the Moab Police Department and stealing the money sometime between Aug. 15 and Oct. 6 of last year. Authorities say the money was intended for making undercover drug buys.

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