He's accused of padding his time
sheet. Now a former Vermont State trooper has a lien on his Colchester home.
Chittenden County Prosecutor T.J.
Donovan says he learned that James Deeghan was selling his house. So Tuesday,
Donovan requested the lien through the town clerk. Donovan says that's in case
Deeghan is ordered to pay the state back for allegedly falsifying his time
sheets to earn more than double his salary. Donovan says the lien will alert a
potential buyer who does a title search that the state is seeking payment.