Police officers normally make arrests for theft. Some, unfortunately, get arrested for theft. Steven Buglio and William Newman belong to the latter category. Buglio and Newman, members of the Vineland, New Jersey police force, were charged on February 17 with mishandling an unspecified sum of funds from the union they helped run, Policemen's Benevolent Association (PBA) Local 266. The pair had turned themselves into police headquarters that day; each was charged with four third-degree offenses. They also were removed from their union positions by the state PBA chapter and suspended without pay from their daily police officer jobs. No further action has been reported in the more than three months since.