Grovetown continues to investigate public safety employee

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 9:35 AM
Last updated 4:39 PM
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Grovetown officials decided at a Monday meeting to take more time to review an investigation into allegations of misconduct by a city employee.

In late March, the City Council hired a private investigator to conduct the probe of a Department of Public Safety employee who has not been publicly identified.

After a three-hour closed session at the monthly council meeting, Mayor George James said he and the City Council members will take two weeks to review the lengthy findings of the investigation.

James has said that more than one public safety employee accused a colleague of inappropriate conduct.

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madgerman 04/10/12 - 10:31 am
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Maybe if they identified the
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Maybe if they identified the person, the citizens of Grovetown could provide some input to the investigation. I hope it is the cop who I think stole my camera last year.

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