Audit Finds Misused Funds at JMC Health Dept.

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JACKSON, Tenn.- A state audit reveals a former Jackson-Madison County Health Department worker is behind more than $4,500 dollars in missing money. The findings from the October 2011 audit have just been made public. According to the report, the emergency response director spent more than $3,500 of taxpayer money, filling his own car with gas and buying things like high priced golf pants, running shoes and car washes. Randall Roby resigned from that post on November 30, 2011. State investigators said the director resigned after he was confronted. District Attorney General Jerry Woodall told WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News he could not comment on whether charges will be filed due to the ongoing investigation. To read the full report and see Roby’s resignation letter for yourself, look for the link in the “Seen on 7” section of

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