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Monday, July 21, 2008

Ind. Courts - More on handling of drug forfeiture cases in Delware County

Another long story today by Rick Yencer in the Muncie Star-Press about the Delaware County drug forfeiture cases. Today's story begins:

MUNCIE -- Mark McKinney maintains he has not "done anything wrong" in accepting payment for work on civil forfeiture cases after taking office as Delaware County prosecutor in January 2007.

"That was for work I did before I took office," McKinney, who was a deputy prosecutor for several years before his November 2006 election, said during a Friday interview. "I never billed the city for anything after I took office."

The most recent earlier ILB entry was July 18th.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on July 21, 2008 08:13 AM
Posted to Indiana Courts