Politics & Government

October 28, 2009 12:00 AM

State official Roland Corning out of a job after incident

An assistant state attorney general was stopped in his car by a Columbia police officer Monday on suspicion of illegal activity, identified himself as an employee of the attorney general's office, and was not charged with a crime.

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