- Associated Press - Friday, October 17, 2014

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Four Onondaga County sheriff’s deputies have been charged with falsifying pay vouchers and getting paid for hours they didn’t work.

County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said in a news release that the four were arraigned in city court Thursday afternoon.

The amount of pay involved ranged from $345 to $1,732.

Fitzpatrick said the deputies were paid to provide security on Centro buses to Destiny USA, but an investigation determined they did not do the work.

A Centro official reported the alleged scam to the district attorney’s office.

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