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August 8, 2003

Dawson-- The Terrell County School Superintendent is under investigation for possible misuse of school money. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirms that they began an investigating of Superintendent Robert Aaron several months ago.

 Pataula Circuit District Attorney Charles Ferguson confirms he asked for the investigation, based on tips he received from Terrell County residents. Those people claimed that Aaron used school money to buy surplus equipment, and then sell it to make money for himself.

Robert Aaron has been the School Superintendent of Terrell County for nine years, and remains on the job as classes started Friday.

posted at 3:41PM byjimw@walb.com

 

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