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CHARLOTTE COUNTY -- Sheriff Bill Clement has about a 1-in-100 shot this month of being chosen to urinate in a plastic cup.
Same goes for next month.
Beginning today, the Sheriff's Office will randomly drug test five employees every month, from the big boss on down the line.
A computer program will select the five, which equals about 1 percent of all sheriff's employees. Those eligible for testing include certified law enforcement and corrections deputies and some noncertified workers.
Within two hours, those chosen must report to Quest Diagnostics Lab in Port Charlotte for …