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Thursday, February 12, 2015
DA seeks 10 years for ghost worker
Prosecutors are seeking as much as 10 years in prison for Delbert
Morgan, one of two alleged ghost employees who received a paycheck for
doing little if any work while employed under ex-longtime Knox County
Trustee Mike Lowe.
Morgan's attorney is seeking only eight years of supervised probation.
He's scheduled to be sentenced for felony theft on Friday in Knox County Criminal Court Judge Steven Sword's court room.
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