The Whitley County Property Valuation Administrator is in some hot water over some undocumented funds.
The state auditor reports more than $13,000 in financial irregularities showed up in a recent audit.
The state is concerned about 'how' county money ended up in the PVA's personal account and why the county paid for the PVA's personal vehicle to be fixed.
The findings of the auditor have been turned over to state police for further investigation.
We spoke to PVA, Ronnie Moses today.
Moses says he was keeping money for a county mapping system in a separate, private account for the 9-1-1 system, because it was outside his office's official duties and the money was never used for personal purposes.
For the full report you can go to the state auditor's website at the following link.