In today’s Daily Journal:
The superintendent of the Cumberland County Juvenile Detention Center in Hopewell falsified records so a guard could be paid for time he didn’t work, authorities said Wednesday.
I received a phone call last Sunday from a fan of this website informing me of what was happening at the detention center. It seems for once the newspapers beat me to the story. However, if the local media wants a real story that is not hand-fed to them, they need to look into the falsification of time sheets at the 911 Call Center (still probably happening), and at the Manor from the last dozen or so years.
All of this wrongdoing occurred under the watch of Lou Magazzu/Bill Whelan appointed personnel.