No charges for Chief who used K-9 cash to buy horse
Paula Carr admitted to briefly borrowing money from a police fund
WILLOWS, Calif. — Due to staffing shortages and more pressing issues, Glenn County District Attorney Bob Maloney said he won't pursue criminal charges against Orland Police Chief Paula Carr, who admitted to briefly borrowing money from a police K-9 fund.
Carr, suspended in May, was restored to her position last week by out-going Orland City Manager Paul Poczobut Jr., who said the chief would face discipline, but refused to discuss details.
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