Warren operations superintendent charged with swindling public funds
WARREN - The second major city government office in Warren, Minn., has gone vacant within the past month.
James Todd Hanson, operations superintendent for the city of about 1,600, recently was put on paid leave pending his prosecution on three felony counts of theft by swindle of city funds.
On June 15, the city dismissed Administrator C.T. Marhula, citing difficulties with his handling of city employees.