Two Harford County Employees Charged with Theft
Both use County Issued Pin Codes to Fuel their Personal Vehicles
[May 16, 2013, Bel Air, MD] — Harford County Sheriff's detectives have arrested two Harford County employees and have charged them each with ongoing thefts of gasoline from Harford County government's Scarboro Landfill operation. On May 15, 2013, Tracy L. Sexton, 43, and James E. Doran, 46, both of 607 Doctor Jack Road, Port Deposit, Maryland have been charged with theft and continuing course (scheme) of conduct (theft) for stealing gas from the fuel depot at Scarboro Landfill on Scarboro Road in Dublin.
Detectives were alerted to the thefts by Harford County government officials who discovered both employees were fueling their personal vehicles at the County fuel pumps. It is suspected the employees entered the site after hours and used their employee pin numbers to access the pumps. It is further believed they had fueled their personally owned cars over 40 times since 2011 resulting in an estimated loss to the county of approximately $2,282.00.
Both Doran and Sexton were taken in to custody at the Sheriff's Office without incident. After being charged both were taken before a Harford County District Court Commissioner who released them on their own recognizance.