A Freetown, Massachusetts, official has been accused of selling two Humvees owned by the town and pocketing the earnings, WJAR reports.
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Highway surveyor Charles Macomber has been charged with four counts of larceny and one count of embezzlement by a public officer.
Authorities said Macomber sold the vehicles to Wayne Morse, of Lakeville, after the highway department closed in April.
Morse has been charged with concealing a stolen vehicle and misleading police.
One Humvee has been recovered by police. Police continue to search for the other.