Former deputy pleads guilty in connection to missing money from Niles Wrestling Club

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A former deputy with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of false pretenses after being accused of taking money from the Niles Wrestling Club.
The Berrien County Prosecutor’s Office originally charged Trent Babcock with three counts of felony embezzlement.
He’s accused of using over $11,000 in funds from the club during the past five years.
Babcock will be sentenced in late January.

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