Former Chesterfield employees in trouble for theft

The five former Chesterfield town employees accused of stealing more than $250,000 in public funds from the Madison County
community may have to pay it all back. This week Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed a lawsuit against the men, including
former clerk-treasurer and town manager Christopher Parrish and ex-town marshal James Kimm. They and the others are accused
of running several scams, including collecting money for bogus travel expenses, vehicle repairs and building improvements.

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