Officials review DPD overtime punishment

October 20, 2009 9:16:46 PM PDT
Durham City Manager Tom Bonfield and state police officials met Tuesday to discuss the Durham Police Department's overtime scandal. The City fired Alesha Robinson-Taylor earlier this month after a department audit found she made more than $60,000 in overtime.

Deputy Chief B.J. Council approved much of Robinson-Taylor's overtime. Council is on leave until she retires at the end of the year.

The North Carolina Sheriff Police Alliance says the difference in punishment is hurting morale.

The SBI and the state attorney general's office are investigating the overtime case.

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