On Monday the taxpayer-funded nonprofit Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Officers Association asked Comptroller for an investigation into questionable payouts. The Washington County sheriff’s major, Gary Bradley and retired Sparta police lieutenant arrested, Robert Hall were charged and indicted. The officers were then serving as treasurer and project director of TLETOA respectively. It is alleged that over four years the two forged unauthorized checks to themselves for about $88,000 per person, an amount that in 2013 was over 41% of TLETOA’s total budget.
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