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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Not remotely crime-related

Not a crime story, just interesting: Gwinnett County, Georgia, is asking 180 employees to pay back bonuses they were mistakenly given -- in 1994. The county is seeking about $39,000 total. The workers can pay it back or apply their vacation days to paying off the debt.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, Tȟatȟaŋka Wansila (One Bull)!


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