Highway Dept. foreman accused of dealing drugs resigns

A Highway Department foreman accused of dealing drugs has resigned from his job with Rockland County.

A Highway Department foreman accused of dealing drugs has resigned from his job with Rockland County. (8/30/16)

ROCKLAND COUNTY - A Highway Department foreman accused of dealing drugs has resigned from his job with Rockland County.

Bernard Hughes was charged with conspiracy late last week.

He stepped down Tuesday from his six-figure salary job.

Hughes is accused of dealing cocaine from his county-owned truck while on the job between March and June of this year. 

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