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    A former Mountain View police officer has pleaded guilty to two felonies in a fraudulent overtime case.

    Leonard Portugal, 47, entered a guilty plea Nov. 9, in Jefferson County District Court, to attempt to influence a public servant and embezzlement of public property, according to the district attorney’s office.

    Leonard Portugal and Ricardo Hernandez
    Provided by First Judicial District
    Leonard Portugal and Ricardo Hernandez

    Portugal was indicted in April by a Jefferson County Grand Jury. Portugal submitted falsified documents and time sheets, 31 times, claiming overtime hours for which he did not work and received $24,935 in fraudulent pay, according to a news release.

    A co-defendant in the case, Ricardo Hernandez, who was also a police officer at the time of the allegations, is scheduled for trial on Dec. 12.

    Portugal is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 15 and faces a possible prison sentence of up to nine years.

     

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