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Missing school money prompts GBI probe

ARLINGTON, GA (WALB) -

Calhoun County School Superintendent Danny Ellis confirms that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is conducting an investigation into money that can't be accounted for from Calhoun Co. Elementary School in Arlington.

Ellis won't say how much money is thought to be involved, but says it is a substantial amount.

WALB will have more on the investigation as soon as possible.

 

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