Ex-sec­re­tary for Dou­glas pros­e­cu­tor in­dicted

The Covington News - - THE WIRE -

AT­LANTA (AP) — A grand jury has ac­cused a for­mer sec­re­tary for a Dou­glas County pros­e­cu­tor of im­prop­erly claim­ing pub­lic money for work she did not per­form.

Tam­mie Agan was in­dicted Fri­day on 34 felony charges of mak­ing a false state­ment or writ­ing and 24 mis­de­meanor counts of theft by tak­ing. She did not im­me­di­ately re­turn a mes­sage seek­ing com­ment.

The At­lanta Jour­nal-Con­sti­tu­tion re­ports that Agan has been ac­cused of putting in fraud­u­lent claims for work she did not do and claim­ing pay­ments for her daugh­ter, who was an of­fice in­tern. Her daugh­ter has not been charged with any crimes. The mother is ac­cused of claim­ing $400 monthly pay­ment on her daugh­ter’s be­half.

Agan was sup­posed to re­ceive ad­di­tional pay­ments if she tran­scribed law en­force­ment in­ter­views and recorded con­ver­sa­tions out­side of her nor­mal work­ing hours.

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