Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Where's Security When You Need It?

Link to September 13 Newark Star-Ledger article, "Newark police officer charged with altering work time sheet is not indicted".

Excerpt: An Essex County grand jury has declined to indict a Newark special police officer charged in April with collecting money for hours he never worked. The decision, which was announced today, dismisses the case.

Prosecutors alleged Rory Palmer, 26, who was a special officer at the Newark Public Library, was paid $1,800 after he created false time sheets.

Palmer, of Newark, was charged with official misconduct and tampering with public records by fabricating physical evidence, among other charges. He was suspended from his job as a special officer, trained by Newark police but working separately from that agency

And, as is sometimes the case, the comments make for more entertaining reading.

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