Sergeants' time off triggers probe
Two Columbus police sergeants are facing termination after city safety officials determined they took advantage of holes in the Police Division's time-off policy to collect more than $15,000 in wages they didn't earn.Full Story
#1 Sunday Aug 31
As usual, the cops get away with thievery. No one, including the prosecutor, wants to antagonize cops. So, the taxpayers pay through the nose so cops can steal.
#2 Sunday Aug 31
Reads like Al Pacino's corrupt colleagues on the police force. Crooked all the way up to prosecutors, judges, even the mayor.
#3 Sunday Aug 31
Everywhere, from Colimbus Ohio to Wilmington Delaware, cops make more than $100,000, gaming the overtime and sick day rules.
#4 Sunday Aug 31
I have never voted for a tax. Too much money is stolen under banners like "safety" to ever vot yes on a tax.
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