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Kidnapping Charge Dropped Against Former Mauldin Public Works Director

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A kidnapping charge against the former Mauldin Public Works Director William Greg Fincher has been dismissed. A kidnapping charge against the former Mauldin Public Works Director William Greg Fincher has been dismissed.

A kidnapping charge against the former Public Works Director for the city of Mauldin has been dismissed.

According to online documents obtained from the 13th Circuit Solicitor's Office, the kidnapping charge against William Greg Fincher, 51, was dismissed after prosecutors were unable to find the woman who accused Fincher of not allowing her to leave his office during a job interview. 

According to the original report, the woman told law enforcement officers that Fincher offered her a beer and wanted to have sex in exchange for a job with the department. The woman then informed investigators that she escaped the office, managed to climb an 8-foot tall chain link and cut her hand. A nearby worker called police because he thought burglars were breaking into the building.

Fincher was dismissed from his job a few days later.

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