State trooper accused of over-billing for his side businessPalm Beach Post
Sep. 04, 2013
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He tried to run his businesses like his fellow cronies run their government.A Florida Highway Patrol trooper is facing criminal charges after authorities say that, while conducting a side business where he employed off-duty troopers, he over-billed a company that hired the troopers by more than $200,000.