A former Vermont State Police sergeant charged with padding his time sheets is expected to change his plea.
James Deeghan is scheduled to withdraw his not-guilty pleas on two felony counts today.
Last year, Deeghan of Colchester was paid $136,000… about $56,000 more than his base pay. Officials have said a trooper can typically expect to make about $30,000 in overtime a year.
The Burlington Free Press reports that Deeghan resigned on July 10.