Officials received the long-awaited results of the hair-follicle test last week but will not disclose them until Scott's case is adjudicated, town spokesman Dan Proft said Tuesday.
"Because we have a pending court case, rather than introducing evidence that could possibly be used by either side, we're going to hold our powder and wait for that case to run its course," Proft said.
A few weeks ago when it was thought that he had passed (the wrong test)town officials made public those results. What makes these results different than those?
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