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City-Owned Golf Course Director Indicted

A former city of Sevierville employee has been indicted on charges she stole more than $95,000 over two years from the municipal golf course she managed, news outlets in East Tennessee have reported.

Faye Randolph, the former director of Eagle’s Landing Golf Club, was charged last week with theft over $60,000 and tampering with government records, as well as multiple counts of altering records and official misconduct, WATE reported.

Randolph, of Pigeon Forge, was fired in March following allegations she mishandled money, according to the Mountain Press. She was earning $78,000 annually.

Eagle’s Landing’s name was changed to the Sevierville Golf Club late last year, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.

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