2 fired from troubled Panhandle sheriff's office

SHALIMAR, Fla. (AP) - Gov. Charlie Crist suspended Okaloosa County Sheriff Charles Morris in February when federal officials charged him for involvement in a scheme to pocket money from fictitious employee

Interim Sheriff Ed Spooner announced Thursday that chief deputy Michael Coup and David Yacks, a technology officer, were fired for
alleged involvement in the scheme.
Information compiled by AP from: The Northwest Florida Daily News,

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