AL Sheriff Department Mistakenly Orders 24,000 Extra Rolls Of Toilet Paper

You know it can be trouble if you run out of toilet paper. Officials in one Alabama county are finding it can also be trouble if there's no chance of running out of toilet paper anytime soon. WAFF-TV reports officials in Marshall County Sheriff's Office mistakenly spent $22,000 for toilet paper. That comes out to an extra 24,000 rolls. Officials also cut a check for another $9,000 for 340 cases of trash bags. The county's budget is nowhere near that "flush" — it calls for $15,000 for janitorial supplies next year. County commissioners have been able to negotiate a slightly smaller bill — but another problem has rolled in: figuring out where to store an extra two years' worth of toilet paper.