The Davidson County criminal court clerk accused of only working half of the year will now be making less money. David Torrence received a pay raise in 2006, but the Metro Council voted Tuesday night to take it back.
He will now earn roughly $11,000 less each year.
The I-Team caught Torrence skipping work and using his city vehicle to run personal errands, such as going to a bank and liquor store.
Councilman Charlie Tygard introduced a resolution citing that government-owned vehicles can only be used for official business. Torrence has since turned in his county-issued car.
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The 2014 Cannabis Cup marks a first, held in a city where recreational pot sales are legal, and the crowds flocked to see it.