A Berkeley County deputy lost his job Friday over $220 that went missing, Chief Deputy Rick Ollic said.
Deputy William Ensor quit after it was discovered that he had taken $220 from money the department gives drug agents to make deals, Ollic said.
The money was found to be missing through a routine audit, Ollic said. Ensor said he took it when asked about it, Ollic said, and paid it back.
Ensor joined the department as a reserve deputy in 2008 and had an exemplary record up until then, Ollic said.
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