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Trahan may face more charges

Though it is unknown if Maxine Trahan will face more charges, a Louisiana Legislative Audit has shed more light on the former deputy’s alleged transgressions.
In its report, the legislative auditor found that the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office received $194,900 in seized cash assets form local law enforcement agencies from Jan. 21, 2003, through Feb. 3, 2016, that were not deposited into the District Attorney’s Special Asset Forfeiture Fund, as required by state law.

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