Cocaine residue found in rental car, paid for by GPD Employee
Gainesville Police say one of their employees - who works with at-risk kids - paid for a rental car that was later found to have several items with cocaine residue on them in the trunk.
The employee isn't being charged with any crime.Instead, police say they believe ... he was simply taken advantage of.
For more details watch the video to your right.
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