Some charges dropped against Livingston contractor
LIVINGSTON - Some charges against contractor Corey Delahoussaye were dropped Thursday.
Delahoussaye is accused of over-billing Livingston Parish for work related to Hurricane Gustav clean up.
Twenty-two of the 81 counts against him were dropped by the district attorney in the area. The dropped charges are related to allegations Delahoussaye was at his a swim meet for his children while he billed the parish for work.
But, he is still charged with maintaining false public records and theft.
Delahoussaye maintains the case is politically motivated. His next court date is Monday.
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