Chief Administrative Officer Testifies He Was Misled

Chief Administrative Officer Testifies He Was Misled

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(KSL News) -- The daughter of former Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman today named another Boys and Girls Club employee who may have been paid with county money.

Chief Administrative Officer Testifies He Was Misled

On the witness stand Workman's daughter, Aisza Wilde, testified there was a third employee who succeeded two previously named accountants in the bookkeeping position in question at the club. That employee was in the process of being hired for the job when the investigation began.

Also, in this second day of Workman's trial for mis-using public funds, her Chief Administrative Officer, David Marshall, testified that Workman misled him into thinking the employees would be working for the county.

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