Investigators eye big drop in Mt. Rainier meter money

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Pictured above: Former Mount Rainier Police Chief Mike Scott, right, during a town hall meeting organized by the city’s police union, the Mount Rainier Fraternal Order of Police, to field questions about an investigation into the city’s police department. Left of Scott is Mount Rainier FOP president Victor Kenworthy.

Parking meter revenue collections fell off a cliff in Mount Rainier in 2017 and into 2018. Pictured above: Michael Scott, former chief of police of the Mount Rainier Police Department, at right. Victor Kenworthy, Mount Rainier senior patrol officer and president of the Mount Rainier Fraternal Order of Police, the...
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