Indiana Workers In Bribe Case Had Criminal Records

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Three current and former Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles workers charged in a bribes-for-licenses scheme were hired despite criminal records. One had been convicted of dealing cocaine but still landed a government job. “This is a security concern,” said Michael Carrington, who is heading a review of the agency’s fraud detection procedures. The BMV conducts
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