The state has paid $235,000 to three former employees of the governor’s criminal justice division who filed whistle-blower suits after they left their jobs.

Valerie Curbo and Carol Funderburgh, who helped administer grants to crime victims’ groups, each received $75,000. Patricia McDaniel, a lawyer who had directed the Crime Stoppers program, received $85,000.

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