Farmington Daily Times
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Farmington Police Department holds daily command briefings to measure impact of evidence thefts

Looking forward: Meetings also cover structural and policy changes to prevent future incidents
10/30/2014 10:13 PM MDT

FARMINGTON — Less than a week after Farmington Police Department employee Ashley Goodvoyce was accused of pilfering cash and pain pills from the department's evidence room, senior officials met in a conference room for the first command briefing on the status of the investigation.

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