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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.

Nov. 10

November 10, 2010 --

Gwinnett superintendent may face ethics investigation State employee steers no-bid contracts to family, friends DeKalb candidate got county money before election Cherokee Co. official resigns in SPLOST controversy ATL police rehire fired lieutenant Visiting judge clears East Point mayor UGA frat to learn its fate this week Mayor rejects request to investigate Columbus fire dep’t.

Sept. 22

September 22, 2010 --

3rd sexual coercion suit filed against Bishop Eddie Long Plan would allow some Ga. colleges to ban illegal immigrants Medical College name change costs state $2.9M Saxby Chambliss says gay slur originated with his office DeKalb commission stemed over severance APD lieutenant fired for golfing on the job Savannah ordered to pay $17M for parking […]