Feds subpoena records on 62 DeKalb County vendors

| September 6, 2014

dekalb-spendingDECATUR, GA– The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports a federal grand jury has served DeKalb County with a wide-ranging subpoena for vendor payment records, a clear sign that a corruption investigation won’t end with the guilty plea by disgraced ex-Commissioner Elaine Boyer.

Investigators want evidence of what work was done for the money, such as reports, written opinions, audits or correspondence.

The subpoena names 62 vendors paid by all other sitting commissioners, dating back more than five years. That includes Interim CEO Lee May, who was a commissioner before being named to replace suspended CEO Burrell Ellis.

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