Someone left an anonymous editor comment -- which are often frustrating, because there's no way for us to respond -- about today's police blotter, saying that we had misspelled the word "trustee."
No, David Melson's story was correct.
"Trusty" and "trustee" are two different nouns, each with its own dictionary entry, and David correctly used "trusty" in his story. A "trusty" is a jail inmate who is allowed to work outside the jail. A "trustee" is someone entrusted with the governance or finances of something. The two terms are not interchangeable, nor is one simply a misspelling of the other.
Like any daily publication, we sometimes make mistakes, but this was not one of them.