Cape Cod, Bernice Corpuz, Fraud discussed on WBZ Morning News


In thailand say heavy rain in the coming days could worsen floods in a mountain cave forcing authorities to speed up their rescue of the twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped inside they say the group may need to swim out using diving equipment ahead of the bad weather aband turns himself in after a standoff with police pelham new hampshire officers responded to a home on currier road for a report of a domestic violence incident involving a gun and swimmers were ordered out of the water yesterday after a great white shark was spotted at head of the meadow beach and truro more than a dozen shark sightings have been reported on cape cod over the past week in other news now governor baker says the state police troopers who collected overtime pay for work they did not perform should lose their pensions wbz's bernice corpuz has the story governor baker says his administration has referred about forty troopers to the attorney general's office as it investigates serious allegations of overtime pay fraud according to the globe at least seventeen of those troopers recently retired to cash out on unused benefits and to lock in their pensions but the governor believes they should not receive large payouts if they're convicted with these folks are guilty of stealing from the commonwealth and stealing from the toll payers and the payers than they should pay the price of the three troopers charged with embezzlement in federal court last week retired in march former lieutenant david wilson will reportedly receive over one hundred five thousand dollars each year while trooper paul season is set to receive about sixty six hundred dollars per month.

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