Ex-Covington County employee indicted
A former bookkeeper for the Covington County Sheriff's Department has been indicted for allegedly embezzling $77,847.22 from the department.
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#1 Jan 15, 2010
Yea , If you pay a fine all ways get a receipt that little yellow peice of paper , and hold on to it some day the GRAND JURY might want to look at it and inquire as to whom you pay your fine or fee to everone in an office is not the cashier
#2 Jan 22, 2010
so right you r.everyone is not a cashier.if you take from peiples on earth . surly you will rob God. how would you feel if someone took from you?
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