A former Union Township Administrator enters a guilty plea for diverting government money to his son's company-and now faces as much as 25 years in prison. Doug Walker pleaded guilty to 15 of the more than 70 counts against him today.
Prosecutors originally accused Walker of pushing $800,000 worth of government business to his son's company. He also tried to create work orders to cover his tracks.
Now, Walker has entered a guilty plea to 10 counts of unlawful interest in a public contract and five counts of tampering with records.
In addition to prison time, the judge could fine Walker up to $75,000. He'll be sentenced in July.