By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
DERBY - A judicial marshal who worked at Superior Court was placed on administrative leave without pay Monday pending an investigation into an alleged theft from another employee, and he subsequently gave notice that he will retire.
Judicial Marshal Michael Healy was notified via a letter dated April 27 that he was being placed on leave, effective immediately.
Rhonda Stearley-Hebert, a spokeswoman for the judicial branch, said Wednesday Healy filed written notice of his intent to retire at the close of business on Thursday.
State police Tuesday had received a report of a larceny at the courthouse on Elizabeth Street. The case was still under investigation Wednesday, according to state police, who have jurisdiction because it is a state facilty.
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