- Associated Press - Monday, June 22, 2015

SHENANDOAH, Iowa (AP) - The Iowa State Auditor’s Office says a special investigation showed the former superintendent of Shenandoah schools requested nearly $1,200 in improper or unsupported mileage reimbursements.

The investigation requested by the district says Jeff Hiser claimed mileage for a Des Moines meeting in late August, but meeting minutes show he attended electronically rather than traveling to Des Moines. The investigation report issued Monday also says Hiser claimed mileage for a Des Moines conference trip in early August but actually drove a district vehicle rather than his own.

The school board voted in November to considering terminating Hiser based on allegations of fraud, policy violations and a cover-up of misdeeds. He was fired in January.

Hiser and his attorney didn’t immediately return messages Monday from The Associated Press.


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