Lewis County To Develop New Policy After Diehl Allowed In Old Office

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Lewis County officials say they're going to develop a policy for dealing with fired employees.

 
This comes after fired trails coordinator Robert Diehl was allowed back into his office last week to retrieve personal data off a computer.
 
County officials say Diehl was supervised as he did it, but to some county lawmakers this raises red flags, especially since Diehl is still facing criminal charges for allegedly misusing county funds. 
 
"What's on that computer, yes," said District 6 Legislator Paul Stanford, "and what was taken off, I don't know."
 
"We can be told certain things, but we're not sure. I mean, I'm not sure. I don't think anybody else does."
 
Diehl's lawyer, Mike Young, said he and his client have no comment. 
Friday, October 24, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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