Authorities investigate use of city cars by Philly staffers charged with DUI

    Two City of Philadelphia employees have been charged with DUI and their use of city cars is under investigation, the Inquirer reports.

    Robin Jones, a receptionist in the City Council president’s office, was driving a city car with a suspended license when she a hit a pole. She was arrested for DUI, and so too was Rodney Williams, the city sergeant-at-arms who came to Jones’ aid, also in a city car.

    Their use of city cars is under investigation.

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