Crime & Courts

June 9, 2014 6:36 PM

Police: $35,000 missing from Richland 1 office; lawsuit filed by former manager

A secretary at Richland District 1 headquarters in Columbia made off with $35,000 in unauthorized overtime since 2008, according to a city police report obtained by The State.

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