- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 21, 2009

DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Independent School District is conducting an online auction this month of items confiscated from employees who fraudulently used the district’s credit cards.

The Dallas Morning News reported Tuesday that the 72 auction items were turned over to the district by the FBI. They include computers, cameras, printers, clothes, personal items and jewelry.

The newspaper reported in 2006 that several hundred employees inappropriately used their district credit cards by several million dollars. The district disciplined 86 employees and ended the credit card program.

District spokesman Jon Dahlander said the district will keep the money from the auction, which ends April 29.


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