Moulton Water Superintendent arrested for alleged forgery
MOULTON, Ala. (WAFF) - The Superintendent of Moulton Water was arrested on March 16 for alleged forgery.
In March 2022, Jerry Johnson was placed on administrative leave and eventually fired for alleged harassment. According to the Decatur Daily, Johnson was reinstated in June 2022.
A letter sent to Johnson in 2022 states he made threats against other city employees.
A complaint filed on March 16 says Johnson allegedly possessed an Alabama Department of Environmental Management water and wastewater operator experience verification form. The form allegedly contained the forged signature of Stanley Nichols. The form was turned into a Moulton City Hall employee to obtain a purchase order to complete the application process.
Johnson was charged with possession of a forged instrument. His bond was set at $2,500.
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