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Who knew what and when is at heart of ODNR investigative claims

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Who knew what and when is at heart of ODNR investigative claims

Who knew what and when is one of the disputed points being argued as to the time line for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ investigation into the alleged illegal activity by two state wildlife officers assigned to southwest Ohio.

On Thursday Ohio Division of Wildlife officers Matthew Roberts and Dave Warner were indicted in Brown County Court of Common Pleas for Theft in Office, a 5th Degree Felony; and Tampering with Records, a Third Degree Felony. Warner was also indicted for Dereliction of Duty, a Second Degree misdemeanor.

A Third Degree Felony is punishable by a jail term of one to five years in jail, a maximum fine of $10,000, or both; A Fifth Degree Felony is punishable by a jail term of six to 12 months, a maximum fine of $2,500, or both; a Third Degree misdemeanor is punishable by a jail term of not more than 60 days, a maximum fine of $500, or both.

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