Chester County controller slams K9 unit in audit report, refers probe to outside investigators
Chester County’s controller, in an audit report filed last week, expressed significant concern over how the county sheriff’s K9 unit has spent and accounted for nearly $200,000 in donations.
Controller Margaret Reif’s report details how deposits into accounts associated with the unit from 2015 to 2017 were spent on meals, hotel stays and other expenditures, including the leasing of night-vision goggles and the apparent reimbursement of personal credit cards. But Reif notes that her office’s audit is incomplete due to a lack of requested records and has urged outside agencies to pick up the probe.
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