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4 Huntsville city employees arrested on drug charges

An internal city investigation revealed 2 employees sold prescription pills to 2 other workers. An internal city investigation revealed 2 employees sold prescription pills to 2 other workers.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Four Huntsville city employees have beenarrested on drug charges.

City Administrator John Hamilton confirmedTuesday that an internal investigation revealed two city employees sold prescriptionpainkillers to two other city workers.

The sales took place on lunch breaks, off ofcity property. So far, no names or specific departments have been released inconnection with the investigation.

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