Police Officer In Ventura County Arrested, Accused Of Time Card Fraud To Tune Of $100,000

KCLU – by Lance Orozco

A police officer in Ventura County is accused of padding his timecard, and taking more than $100,000 he didn’t earn.

Ventura County prosecutors say Simi Valley Police Officer Robert Longdon committed time card fraud during a more than three year long period.  

They say the 44 year old officer claimed he worked on days he didn’t actually work, and that he sometimes padded the hours for days when he was on duty.

Simi Valley Police discovered the issue. Longdon was arrested, and put on administrative leave pending resolution of the one attempted grand theft, and four felony grand theft charges.

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6 thoughts on “Police Officer In Ventura County Arrested, Accused Of Time Card Fraud To Tune Of $100,000

  1. oh yeah they will go after him for this, but he could go out and murder whom ever he wants , and get a paid vacation and a promotion

    this entity is sick and infected beyond belief

  2. As per all LEO malfeasance, that would be PAID administrative leave. Wait’ll they get his overtime bill with jizz and cheetos dust all over the timecard!

  3. Eh you can go murder people , yeah we’re ok with that
    But don’t you dare try to fake us out on your time card
    Uhuh we’ll fire yer ass fer that

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