Philly Wants $115M Accounted For In Sheriff's Office Suit

Law360, New York (April 17, 2013, 7:39 PM EDT) -- The city of Philadelphia on Wednesday sued a former contractor for the city's Sheriff's Office, former Sheriff John Green and several former sheriff's office employees, saying they want an accounting of more than $115 million the city paid for questionable work contracts.

The city contends that two companies owned by James R. Davis Jr. — Reach Communication Specialists and RCS Searchers Inc. — overcharged the city for work provided under questionable contracts and maintained improper financial and business relationships with Green and at least two former...
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