Ticket fixing scandal in Md. town
A police clerk in the Maryland town of Morningside has been fired after allegations that she fixed traffic tickets for herself, her husband and others, ABC7 reports.
According to multiple sources, a months-long Maryland State Police investigation concluded that the clerk, Regina Foster, had fixed tickets for herself and others, including her husband. She was fired Friday.
ABC7 tried to contact the Fosters at their home Monday, but no one answered the door.
Read more about the Fosters and the alleged ticket-fixing at ABC7's Web site.
Washington Post editors
| December 21, 2010; 12:15 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland
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