Former State Employee Faces Theft Charges

A former employee of the Oregon Department of Human Services has been indicted on accusations he stole at least $14,750 in state money.

The worker, 34-year-old Naudaan Hurh, faces 18 felony counts, including charges of aggravated theft, identity theft and computer crime, Attorney General John Kroger said in a news release.

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