State Retirement Board Revokes Pension Of Former Trooper Convicted In Overtime Scandal

A former state police trooper who pleased guilty for his role in an overtime fraud scheme will lose his pension.

The state's retirement board voted Thursday to revoke former trooper Paul Cesan's $80,000 a year pension.

Cesan pleaded guilty to collecting around $30,000 for overtime hours he didn't work. He was sentenced to one year of supervised release and ordered to pay a fine of $5,500.

The Boston Globe reports it's the first time an officer in the scandal has been punished by the board.



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