Inglis Commissioner Suspended
Inglis, Florida -- Governor Rick Scott issued an executive order suspending Inglis Commissioner Michael Andrew White.
White is charged with commercial littering and reckless pollution.
The investigation found that it happened over a six year period ending last summer.
According to the state attorney, White unlawfully dumped litter and hazardous wastes exceeding 500 pounds, on private property, causing a public nuisance.
He accused on dumping car parts, oil and propane tanks.
In addition, between January 2007 and July 2013 it is alleged that White caused pollution.
Residents in Inglis are unsure about their thoughts on the commissioner.
The investigation was led by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Inglis police.
White will be suspended from public office until a further executive order is issued.
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