Attorney: Huron dispatcher has gambling problem

SANDUSKY A Huron police dispatcher stole $5,200 from a police fingerprinting fund to support a
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY

A Huron police dispatcher stole $5,200 from a police fingerprinting fund to support a gambling habit, his attorney told Erie County Common Pleas Judge Roger Binette.

David Michel, 44, a dispatcher for 19 years, resigned from his job in June after he admitted to police Chief Randy Glovinsky he stole the money people paid to be fingerprinted for background checks. Michel pleaded no contest to a theft charge Thursday in Erie County Common Pleas Court.