First Slice 3/24/15: Two city employees arrested for selling $60,000 in stolen watershed department equipment

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It’s been quiet for far too long over at Atlanta’s Department of Watershed Management. Oh wait, scratch that: Atlanta Police have arrested two watershed employees and charged them with theft. The employees, William Spalding and Charles Edwards, had allegedly made more than $60,000 off stolen equipment.

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