Sales of seized items didn't aid schools

Sales of seized items didn't aid schools

There are 1 comment on the Lincoln Times-News story from Apr 22, 2009, titled Sales of seized items didn't aid schools. In it, Lincoln Times-News reports that:

For the past decade and likely longer, not one dime raised from the sale of evidence seized in local criminal probes was paid to Lincoln County Schools as required by state law.

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Lowesville

Morganton, NC

#1 Apr 27, 2009
This type of conduct is expected of Lincoln County Government.

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