UNIV. EMPLOYEE POCKETS $20K FROM COPIER

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UNIV. EMPLOYEE POCKETS $20K FROM COPIER

 user 2006-12-12 at 2:51:00 pm Views: 53
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    University employee pockets $20K from copy machines
    December  2006KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Officials say a longtime employee at the University of Tennessee has admitted literally nickel and diming the school out of $20,000.James Everett, 48, was suspended with pay on Nov. 20 on suspicion of stealing quarters, nickels, dimes and paper currency from library copying machines. Everett was in charge of collecting the money from the machines.During questioning, Everett, a 19-year UT employee, “did make a statement and was subsequently fired,” UT spokeswoman Amy Blakely said Monday.An audit of exact losses was under way, but it was estimated he stole about $20,000 over the past two years. Blakely said the report was turned over to the Knox County district attorney general’s office.Everett told WATE-TV on Friday that has he getting an attorney and “trying to see what’s going on.”