An investigation of possible embezzlement by an Oneida Township official has resulted in a ten count arrest warrant against township Clerk Trevor M. Robinson, 40.
Detectives from the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office began an investigated in January after being notified by Oneida Township officials of a possible embezzlement.
The investigation revealed that Robinson had cashed unauthorized checks written to himself and used his township credit card for purchases not related to official township business.
On April 13, a ten count arrest warrant for Robinson was obtained and, with the help of DeWitt Township police, he was arrested.
The warrant charges:
*one felony count of embezzlement by a public official over $50,
*four felony counts of uttering and publishing, and
*five felony counts of financial transaction device, stealing or retaining without consent.
Robinson was arraigned April 14 by Judge Harvey Hoffman and bond set at $200,000.