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Moss Point Mayor Billy Bloomfield tells about uncollected bills and money believed to have been embezzled from the Moss Point Utilities Department. Two employees have resigned from the department and the State Auditor’s office is investigating. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald

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UPDATED November 27, 2016 10:09 AM

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