A Grand Jury Says Former Columbia County Sheriff's Employees Commit Grand Theft
The squeeze is on two Columbia County Sheriff's employees after they were accused of stealing or mis-placing nearly three thousand dollars from the evidence room. The women have been fired.
A Columbia County grand jury have been investigating since late May and the details of what the women are accused of stealing have been released in a presentment.
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