- Associated Press - Thursday, June 2, 2016

MOULTON, Iowa (AP) - A state audit shows over $22,000 was improperly used from a volunteer emergency medical service in the southern Iowa city of Moulton.

Iowa Auditor Mary Mosiman released an audit Thursday that was requested after officials with Moulton EMS found unauthorized cash withdrawals from their bank account tied to the nonprofit’s former treasurer Kim Horn.

The report says Horn withdrew cash, wrote checks to herself and cashed checks that totaled about $20,900.

The audit, which reviewed the group’s funds between November 2007 and October 2015, also found that $1,261 that should have been deposited to the group’s bank account for CPR classes and from a fundraising event were missing.

A telephone number listed for Horn rang unanswered Thursday morning.

Horn was suspended in October after EMS officials became concerned.

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