Former tax collector settles lawsuit after foreclosure
Former Okaloosa County Tax Collector Chris Hughes and his wife, Robie, have been ordered to pay $266,556.14 to settle a lawsuit filed by Synovus Bank following the 2012 foreclosure of their Fort Walton Beach-area home.
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#1 Aug 27, 2013
Maybe he can find one of his former church members to help pay his fine. You know, one of the church members that worked for him. The same ones he used tax money to pay $700,000 in bonus money.
Or maybe Jesus will bail him out.
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