The lawyer of Stacy Bailey alleges documents were altered against his client and that she was never subject to a policy she was accused of violating.
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The lawyer of the former Canton Police Department sergeant alleges documents were altered against his client and that she was never subject to a policy she was accused of violating.
The woman at the center of the "golf cart controversy" is appealing her recent termination by the Canton Police Department. The attorney for former Sgt. Stacy Bailey claims that extrinsic evidence and altered documents show that his client was not guilty of violating a financial policy she was allegedly never subject to in the first place. Bailey was terminated from her position in November for violating the City of Canton Financial Policy and allegedly concealing her affair with Sandy Springs Police Cpt. Scott Jamison in order to purchase a golf cart for Jamison's disabled son using Explorers program money. Bailey has appealed her termination on Dec. 17 by filing a notice to that effect with the City of Canton. In the notice, Bailey …