St. Louis Officer Stole $81K from Ethical Society of Police

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A St. Louis police sergeant who was president of an organization that represents black officers has admitted he stole $80,934 from the group. Darren Randal Wilson, 42, used money from the Ethical Society of Police on his side business of promoting local comedy shows “featuring nationally known comedians,” prosecutors said. The current president, Sgt. Heather Taylor, said Wilson looted the building fund and money meant for community service and legal representation, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!