Tuesday, January 26, 2010

More on the jailed sex offender still on city payroll

Serving out a prison term for sexual abuse of a minor didn't stop Dennis McLaughlin from collecting his city pay check. Now DPW investgators are trying to find out who submitted fake leave slips from in Baltimore County lock-up on charges of impersonating a police officer.

Meanwhile, Dixon staffers are given 24 hours to submit resumes or clean out their desks.


Cham said...

A word of wisdom to those Dixon staffers. Years ago my employer was purchased by another company. The employees were given the old "submit a resume or clear out your desks". I happily cleared out my desk but got a load of grief for it during my interview with Maryland Unemployment. It turns into a gray area between quitting and being laid off. Those people that don't want to keep their jobs should write a very lame email saying something about wanting to keep their jobs but maybe forget to send a resume just so they don't have to go through the grief that I did.

John Galt said...

The Sun revisits my friend and collaborator, Edna McAbier.

Harwood is no better and Baltimore City has shown just how badly it fails good people who put it on the line here.