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State worker accused of scam to park in handicapped spots

Inspector General says Witt used forged doctor's note

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A Malta man was charged Wednesday with several felonies for allegedly obtaining handicapped parking privileges with a forged doctor’s note and repeatedly submitting falsified time records for his job with the state Department of Health. Travis Witt, 27, of Malta, who makes $58,311 as an Information Technology Specialist II, faces four felony counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree and one misdemeanor count of criminal possession of a forged instrument ...

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