Rachals presented the check from his office's bond fund. He says an audit revealed the fund had extra money from the previous administration.
He's keeping $40,000 dollars in the fund to cover outstanding bonds for criminal suspects, but the rest is going into the county budget.
The sheriff has now turned over more than $100,000 dollars and says new accounting practices will prevent future problems.
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