An ex-deputy in Floyd County, Georgia, who was recently arrested on charges related to the illegal use of departmental funds is now facing additional charges.
The Sheriff’s Office states that more charges have been filed against 24 year old Cody James Waters, including two counts of financial transaction card fraud, two counts of theft by taking and making false statements and writings – all felonies. Waters is accused of using a debit card belonging to the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office Drug Awareness and Education Fund to draw money for himself. The latest warrants say he transferred ,200 to his bank account in New York. what insurance companies cover ivermectin for head lice
The incidents came to light after an audit turned up a number of discrepancies – and at that point the GBI was called in to investigate. what is ivermectin used for covid 19 Waters had been a sergeant with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office before being fired in connection with the theft.
(WZQZ Chattooga County Radio/Rome News Tribune)