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40th time the charm for state gas thief

40th time the charm for state gas thief
December 14, 2010 --

A state worker took advantage of lax oversight to refill his gas tank 40 times with the state’s money before anyone noticed, Georgia’s inspector general has found. The employee, a lieutenant at the Savannah Regional Youth Detention Center, used employee identification numbers (EINs) assigned to others when he used a state-issued fuel card to buy gas for himself, IG Elizabeth Archer said in a report issued Monday.

May 12

May 12, 2010 --

School sells diploma for $99 to dog Undocumented Kennesaw State student subject of scrutiny Supreme Court asked to decide whether Ga. can afford death penalty Lax oversight, bad loans doomed American United Bank Airport manager chastised for take-home vehicles ‘Special’ election in DeKalb is especially pointless Testing violations found in at least 5 school systems […]

Sept. 9

September 9, 2009 --

Report: Lax oversight made DeKalb court vulnerable to scam Double dippers may have to pay Fulton County back Motive unknown in Augusta bribery case