Sheriff: Another deputy arrested for lying on timesheet, booked for malfeasance in office
BATON ROUGE - Another deputy was arrested Monday in a scheme to double-dip on a timesheet, authorities said.
According to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office, 25-year-old Brady Davis was working with two other deputies that were paid by two different businesses for off-duty security at the same time.
A deputy that was already arrested, Michael Arthur, admitted to clocking the other two deputies in while they were at different locations.
Davis was a corrections deputy with the sheriff's department for nearly four years.
He was fired and booked for theft and malfeasance in office.
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