A Cheshire man and the former director of food and nutrition for the Vernon Board of Education was charged final week with stealing $648 from a school cafeteria money deposit bag in May, in accordance with police.
Paul Olson, 54, of 857 Farmington Drive, was charged Thursday with second-degree larceny, offering a false assertion, felony impersonation, third-degree id theft and second-degree forgery.
In May, Vernon police started investigating the potential theft of food service funds from the Board of Education, in accordance with a police report. After a prolonged investigation, police stated they decided Olson, the director of food and nutrition for the Board of Education on the time, stole a money deposit bag on May 22 containing $648 in cafeteria proceeds.
Part of Olson’s job was to rely the money from every school’s cafeteria and provides it to a courier for deposit at a financial institution, the report stated. On May 22, the courier informed police Olson stated he deposited the money and she or he notified her supervisors as a result of this was towards protocol.
Police decided Olson cast the signature of the courier on a day by day log sheet to doc the deposit of the cash from the stolen money deposit bag, the report stated. Olson gave false statements to police in the course of the course of the investigation.
Olson was launched on $10,000 bond and is scheduled to seem in Rockville Superior Court on Dec. 11.