The case against two Anson & Madison Water District employees accused of theft

MADISON – The Somerset County District Attorney’s Office declined to file complaints by Wednesday’s deadline against two Anson & Madison Water County employees accused of theft.

Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster said both Michael Corson, 52, of Madison, and Michael Jordan, 31, of North Anson, allegedly removed old metal water lines in Water County and took them to a scrap metal dealer.

Maeghan Maloney, Somerset County District Attorney, said there is currently not enough information to handle the case. However, she said the district attorney’s office will continue to review any information it receives and will prosecute any criminal offenses if it has enough information to deal with in the future. .

Lancaster Police Chief said the officers allegedly failed to transfer the money they received back to the water area – and an investigation found that the proceeds were allegedly split among the staff.

He said this is believed to have happened 21 times between March and October 2021.

Corson and Jordan both face c-degree theft charges. The case against two Anson & Madison Water District employees accused of theft

Chris Estrada

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