Skip to comments.9 More (CT) State Employees Suspected Of Fraud, Governor Says
Posted on 12/12/2011 12:02:48 PM PST by matt04
Nine more state employees are suspected of filing "false and misleading" applications for post-Irene food stamps, the governor's office announced Monday.
This brings to 24 the total number of employees under suspicion of fraud in the emergency food stamp program known as D-SNAP.
The 15 already announced have been notified of the dates of their individual disciplinary hearings, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said in a statement.
The administration has not publicly announced the identities of the employees. Monday's announcement said "several agencies" were notified of the latest names to surface.
Sunday night, The Courant's Dave Altimari reported that a 13-year state trooper who earned more than $124,000 last year was among four troopers under investigation for allegedly filing a fraudulent food stamp application after Tropical Storm Irene, which hit the state Aug. 28.
In a statement Monday, Malloy reiterated his call for state employees to report fraud, which he said can be done anonymously.
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$124,000 a year for a frigging state cop, damn, you idiots up there deserve the screwing you get in taxes. Make that one of many dishonest state cops.
Only 9 more?
Funnel that money to the Democrats to buy votes.
He wrote tickets real good.
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