PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island officials are demanding the owner of two troubled group homes repay the state more than $182,000 following an audit detailing questionable expenditures and inaccurate records.

The audit released Wednesday found the Blackstone Valley Youth and Family Collaborative oversaw multiple discrepancies, including poor record keeping of child whereabouts and unexplained extra payments to certain staff while support staff was underpaid by 15.5 percent. The Providence Journal reports the Office of Internal Audit is asking state police to investigate the report's findings.

The report concluded that Blackstone Valley owes $182,572 to the state.

Blackstone Valley's executive director, Daniel Brito, didn't return a call on Wednesday. The company originally came under scrutiny last year when a group home manager was arrested and charged with trafficking a 17-year-old girl for prostitution.