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I am 20 and was just terminated by the golf course i worked at, the inmates took chew out of my pickup and smuggled it back on there van. (I was unaware of this) They then gave them my name for who gave it to them, and I didn't hand any of them tobacco. I have not been cited.
I just got terminated today, and one inmate sent me 50 dollars for giving them chew, and i did not use the money towards chew. Will that result in anything different?
i don't have the check anymore i spent it on a hunting trip, do i just return a personal check?
Thank you for all of your help, and these were very helpful answers. They were searched Friday September 27th. It is in city officials hands to my knowledge, would you be able to put a percentage on the chance of being cited for my last question?
Perfect thank you for everything.
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