No restitution paid yet

August 17, 2012
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A year ago this week, a former worker for a consultant company for the Oconee Airport was sent to prison for a year and a day for mail and wire fraud committed while working on the airport runway project. Part of the sentence handed up to G. Martin Wynn required Wynn to make $118 thousand worth of restitution to Oconee County. Wynn was scheduled to start serving the sentence after Christmas last year. Since sentencing, according to Oconee County Administrator Scott Moulder, the county has not seen any of the court-ordered restitution.

 

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