A district attorney has closed an investigation into the management of money at the Duplin County school system, saying no laws were broken.
In a news release, Dewey Hudson said the SBI looked into allegations made by three county commissioners that school board funds were misused. Hudson says while the school board could improve it's business practices, the district attorney said he could find no criminal activities.
Hudson says they further looked into allegations that the school board reimbursed moving expenses for a new employee who really did not move. The D.A. says they found no problems with that reimbursement.
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