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EMS audit reveals corruption
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An audit to pinpoint timeclock abuse by EMS employees is in and Tennessee Comptroller Justin P. Wilson says approximately $23,834.40 in wages were paid to 14 employees for time worked at another entity or for time that was undocumented. Per the audit, two employees received a total of $3,514.60 in wages from Warren County EMS for hours in which they were clocked in and working for a separate entity not associated with Warren County government. Investigators compared time sheets for both EMS and the separate entity and noted 256 hours which overlapped.The remaining $20,319.80 in wages went to 12 employees for hours that had no documentation to support the employees were at work.