By MyFM's Rick Michaels - A retired Massachusetts State Police trooper from Uxbridge is cooperating with the attorney general's office providing information on exactly how the State Police overtime abuse scandal worked. Daren DeJong is hoping for a reduced sentence when he returns to court today, as he has described in detail how troopers were able to earn more money, for overtime shifts they didn't work. According to DeJong, overtime shifts would always be scheduled on rainy days because there was a State Police policy of not conducting traffic stops in bad weather, so if no tickets were issued, there were no questions asked. However, instead of working, troopers were sometimes told to just stay home, with DeJong saying the overtime scandal involved shift-supervisors and developed over time. He added that at one point he witnessed, two state troopers destroying records.