Butler County official charged with having unlawful interest in public contract

A Butler County elected official has been charged with allegedly using his authority for the benefit of himself and his family, the Butler County Sheriff and Butler County District Attorney announced Wednesday. The Butler County grand jury charged Alan Daniel, 76, with seven counts, including charges of having an unlawful interest in a public contract and using or authorizing the use of his authority or the influence of his office to obtain anything of value. recently resigned, and his participation as a voting member of the Madison Township Trustees Board of Directors has personally benefited him and/or a family member. Daniel has been an elected Madison Township administrator for approximately 29 years. The investigation leading to the indictment was conducted by the Butler County Sheriff with the Ohio Ethics Commission over the past year.

A Butler County elected official has been charged with allegedly using his authority for the benefit of himself and his family, the Butler County Sheriff and Butler County District Attorney announced Wednesday.

The Butler County grand jury charged Alan Daniel, 76, with seven counts, including charges of having an unlawful interest in a public contract and of using or authorizing the use of his authority or the influence of his office to obtain something of value.

The offenses allege Daniel’s participation as a voting member of the Butler County Board of Appeals, from which he recently resigned, and his participation as a voting member of the Madison Township Board of Directors which benefited him and /or a family member. personally.

Daniel has been an elected Madison Township administrator for approximately 29 years. The investigation leading to the indictment was conducted by the Butler County Sheriff with the Ohio Ethics Commission over the past year.

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