By Steve Warmbir and Lisa Donovan
In 1994, Chicago Water Department supervisor Patrick Doherty was fired for lying on his time sheets.
When he said he was working, he was actually at home at times, or going to Handy Andy or White Hen or Walgreens, a city investigation found.
Doherty claimed he did some work at home, in part, because of a problem at his city office.
His work desk wasn’t big enough to do work on, he said.