State auditor finds multiple issues with former Leslie County sheriff's account

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LESLIE COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - State Auditor Mike Harmon released the audit of the 2017 financial statement for former Leslie County Sheriff Delano Huff.

In the audit, Harmon mentions six issues that he found with the former sheriff's fee account:

1 - The former Leslie County Sheriff’s Office did not issue receipts for all auto inspections and a deputy sheriff received third-party compensation for performing official duties.

This finding will be turned over to the Attorney General.

2 - The former Leslie County Sheriff’s quarterly report was materially inaccurate.

3 - The former Leslie County Sheriff’s Office lacked adequate segregation of duties over receipts, disbursements, and reconciliations.

4 - The former Leslie County Sheriff has not received telecommunication tax commissions due to his fee account.

5 - The former Leslie County Sheriff has not settled 2016 fee account receivables and liabilities due per audit.

6 - The former Leslie County Sheriff has not settled 2015 fee account receivables and liabilities due per audit.

Attached below is the entire audit. If reading on a mobile app, click the link to see additional content.



 
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