Oct 25, 2010 7:44 PM by Greg Boyce
DENVER (AP) - The former deputy director of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation has been charged with felony embezzlement of public property and two misdemeanors.
The Denver Post reports that Peter "Pete" Bramley Mang has been issued a summons. The charges were filed Sept. 22.
The Jefferson County district attorney's office investigated allegations against Mang and requested a special prosecutor because one of its staffers used to oversee the CBI. The Adams County district attorney's office has taken over the case. Prosecutors have declined to discuss the charges because the investigation is ongoing.
Mang didn't immediately return a message to The Associated Press.
CBI spokesman Lance Clem says Mang was with the CBI for 30 years before retiring last year. Mang was deputy director for 14 years.