Fired Metro Custodian Returns To Agency As Worker

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Metro custodian fired in 2008 after being arrested in a prostitution sting has been able to serve the transit agency as a landscaping worker.

The Washington Examiner says Metro spokesman Dan Stessel confirmed that Pamela Goins returned as a temporary worker for a landscaping company at Metro for several months last summer.

Goins worked as a custodian for Metro for six months until she and another employee were arrested in the sting in July 2008. A month later, Goins made a plea deal with prosecutors to avoid charges. Her record was cleared of the prostitution charges after completing 40 hours of community service.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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