Thursday, October 29, 2009

SC Deputy Attorney General's Trick 'n Treat Costs Him His Job

This goes in the what the heck category. Police found the South Carolina Deputy Attorney General Roland Corning engaging in illicit behavior in a cemetery on his lunch break.
A deputy assistant attorney general who said he was on his lunch break when an officer found him with a stripper and sex toys in his sport utility vehicle has been fired, his boss said Wednesday.

Roland Corning, 66, a former state legislator, was in a secluded part of a downtown cemetery when an officer spotted him Monday, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act.

As the officer approached, Corning sped off, then pulled over a few blocks away. He and the 18-year-old woman with him, an employee of the Platinum Plus Gentleman's Club, gave conflicting stories about what they were doing in the cemetery, Officer Michael Wines wrote in his report, though he did not elaborate.

Corning gave Wines a badge showing he worked for the state Attorney General's Office. Wines, whose wife also works there, called her to make sure Corning was telling the truth.
Corning, a former Republican state legislator, hoped to get out of his mess by showing his DA's badge? That's typical of people in such positions of power. At least the officer did his job, and South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster sent Corning packing. Good for McMaster.

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