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July 26, 2014, 12:14 pm
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State's Attorney Seeks Info On CWLP Tree-Trimming Incident


There’s another twist in the story of those City Water Light and Power workers who were caught using city equipment on city time to remove a tree from private property. 

 

Long after the workers were disciplined… including one who was fired and then rehired… the Sangamon County State’s Attorney is now requesting information on the case with an eye toward possible charges. 

 

The city initially did not pursue a criminal case against the workers, because city attorney Mark Cullen claims that they would have had to profit personally from their actions in order to be charged with theft of services.  But State’s Attorney John Milhiser says he wants to take a closer look at the facts of the case.

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