Probation ordered for former Spring Valley officer who used department’s credit card for 7 years

UPDATE:
Pierce County (WQOW) –
A former Spring Valley police officer was sentenced Tuesday for using the police department’s credit card for seven years after leaving the job.

Judge James Duval gave Robby Jaeger two years of probation and ordered him to repay the money.

Jaeger was accused of racking up more than $15,000 in charges on the credit card between 2010 and last year.

He told investigators the first time he used it, it was an accident, but when no one discovered what he had done, he continued to use it. 

When he was questioned about the thefts, Jaeger was a Pierce County Sheriff’s deputy. He resigned several days later. 


Pierce County (WQOW) — A former Spring Valley police officer faces felony charges after he was accused of using the department’s credit card for seven years after leaving the job.

Former officer Robby Jaeger is accused of racking up more than $15,000 in charges on the credit card between 2010 and last month. Investigators say Jaeger told them he first used the card by accident, but then continued to use it after no one discovered the charges.

Jaeger resigned from his post as a Pierce County Sheriff’s deputy just days after he was questioned about the thefts. He is in court November 6. 

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