From personal bills to home renovation to a
"This kind of abuse can only come from the most callous of individuals," Auditor Yost said. "I doubt trips to amusement parks were worth the legal rollercoaster ride she'll now be taking."
During the audit period, Carroll overpaid herself by
Other special audit findings show that Carroll:
* Used township debit and credit cards for personal use (
* Paid her storage, telephone, electric and cable bills with township funds (
* Paid her own company,
* Did not deposit revenues from fundraisers, soda machines and zoning fees (
* Charged the township's
* Did not cancel a former employee's phone service, causing unnecessary charges (
After crediting repayments, findings for recovery totaling
A full copy of this audit may be accessed online (https://ohioauditor.gov/auditsearch/detail.aspx?ReportID=109718).
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