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  • Dec. 4

    December 4, 2009 --

    Richardson’s fall highlights gift-giving from lobbyists Bibb school ethics probe may take months

    Fired police chief claims indigence, asks DeKalb to pay to transcribe appeal

    Fired police chief claims indigence, asks DeKalb to pay to transcribe appeal
    December 4, 2009 --

    Terrell Bolton, formerly DeKalb County’s $162,000-a-year police chief, is claiming indigence as he tries to get his job back. Bolton says he can’t afford to pay a court reporter to transcribe the four-day hearing held on his appeal of his dismissal. Bolton was fired in February for insubordination and misuse of county vehicles, including a $32,000 Range Rover and a $55,000 Mercedes Benz assigned for his use.