Department of Watershed Management employees arrested
by Staff Reports
11:11 AM, Friday, May 29
The Atlanta Department of Watershed Management last week announced, as part of an ongoing internal and external investigation, employees Corey Green and Reginald White were charged with felony theft by taking and fired from their jobs. Green, a wa...

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