Ex-police union treasurer sentenced to 3-7 years in prison

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PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) -- A former police union treasurer has been sentenced to three to seven years in prison for taking more than $170,000 from his union.

The Omaha World-Herald reports that 43-year-old Daniel Glazebrook, of Papillion, was sentenced Monday. He'd pleaded no contest to the unauthorized use of a financial transaction device. Prosecutors dropped theft and forgery charges in return. He also agreed to make restitution.

Authorities say Glazebrook took the money between January 2016 and this past January from the Nebraska Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 8. The local is based in Sarpy County.

Glazebrook no longer works for the Douglas County Department of Corrections.