by kathy cruz
The county employee who last summer phoned three judges the night her daughter was arrested for DWI has quit her job, blaming her boss for the matter having been publicized in the newspaper.
Natalie Matthews, a 13-year employee in the District Clerk’s office, resigned last week. The letter she gave her boss, District Clerk Tonna Hitt, blamed Hitt for the publicity that resulted from her daughter being released within minutes of her arrest.
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