Alabama Sheriff Accused of Keeping $750K in Gov't Funding Loses Re-election
Todd Entrekin, the Etowah County sheriff in Alabama who reportedly kept nearly $750,000 in extra government funding that was meant to feed inmates, lost his re-election bid in a Tuesday night primary, Alabama news site AL.com reported. The probate office in Etowah County reported that Jonathan Horton, Rainbow City police chief, received 12,196 votes to Entrekin's 6,742 with 34 out of the county's 35 ballot boxes reporting, the report said.
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#1 Jun 28, 2018
I wonder what would happen if a normal working class citizen word to keep $750,000.00 of government money intended for another purpose? We certainly wouldn’t be running for office, we would be sitting in jail where thieves belong. BUT... if you’re a scumbag thief and you have a badge to hide behind, well now that’s a different story.
And then we wonder why there is suddenly so much hatred and rage against cops, steadily increasing until it reaches the boiling point where cops are being gunned down in record numbers.
I guess justice is always served one way or another.
#2 Jul 13, 2018
dont hate the player, hate the game. thats quite a nice perk for the sheriff. i guess hes following the laws.maybe someone should change the law on this perk. he should have donated a little of it to look good but i guess he needed that house in florida or his wife did. kind a greedy
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