The Democrat official accused of murdering a journalist will reportedly continue drawing paychecks while behind bars in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Last week, Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles was charged in the stabbing death of the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Jeff German, according to the New York Post.
German, who was 69-years-old, was found dead outside his home on September 3. Officials claimed Telles, whom German had written investigative reports exposing corruption, had self-inflicted stab wounds when he was taken into custody.
But “for now, he’s still an elected officer and he’ll get paid while he’s in jail,” Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom reportedly said Friday.
“We can take the scope of work away from him, but as far as him having the title and getting the salary, it is that way, because the voters picked him,” Segerblom added.- READ MORE