An internal investigation has found two Horry County police officers guilty of being paid for shifts they didn’t work. The two officers, Private First Class David Rexroad and Corporal Wesley Harris, were suspended after Public Safety officials investigated the men’s time at work. The men billed Horry County for working shifts that they did not actually attend.
According to the Associated Press, County Public Safety Chairman Bob Grabowski says GPS locators on both of the officers’ cars showed the officers were not where they said they were during specific shifts. Rexroad and Harris reportedly billed thousands of dollars to the county for these shifts that they did not even work. For now, the two are on suspension.