MONCKS CORNER, SC (WCBD) – The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has formally charged a former Moncks Corner police officer with accepting money to reduce traffic fines.
Randall Scott resigned on allegations of wrongdoing in May after it discovers he accepted payment for the dismissal of traffic fines traffic fines.
According to Scott’s SC Criminal Justice Academy records, a man was in a traffic court on April 22 when he told the courtroom that he had already paid his fine to an officer.
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The judge ordered an investigation and Cpl. Scott admitted taking money from 10 to 12 people to dismiss their tickets.
Scott estimated he was taking about $ 1,200 from citizens and said he was simply trying to help people cut their points or dismiss tickets.
Scott is charged with misconduct. This is a developing story, keep checking counton2.com for updates.
The two sides had been debating an agreement for several months and progress in the process had been halted while they spoke. Emails to several lawyers on both sides asking for comments on the agreement and further details of the terms were not immediately returned.
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The allegations of sexual exploitation of other plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit are dismissed without prejudice, which means they may be re-filed, the joint status report said.
The fraud allegations made by these plaintiffs are “subject to limited clearance,” the document states, with no further details or clarification.
The document does not specify how much money may be involved in the deal, which the parties will be filing for preliminary court approval by March 15.