Audit: $50,000 missing from County Clerk’s Office

County-City Building, Photo: Google Maps
County-City Building, Photo: Google Maps

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The most recent audit of the St. Joseph County Clerk’s Office, obtained by REAL News Michiana, shows more than $50,000 is missing from the office’s checking account as of the end of 2019. It turns out, audits from previous years show a similar trend, with thousands of dollars simply unaccounted for.

“As of December 31, 2019, the bank account reconciliation for the Clerk’s Main Trust checking account identified a cash short in the amount of $50,471.” The official 2019 audit reads. Subscribers can see the full audit report below. According to audits from 2018 and 2017 the Clerk’s Office was short $33,973 and $48,713 respectively. Subscribers can see the full audits below.

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The revelation comes as St. Joseph County Clerk, Rita Glenn, is currently under investigation by the Indiana State Police for possible election crimes committed in the office.

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  1. Excellent reporting Mr. French! The County Clerk’s Office is like a fountain of bad news for the Dirty Dems who have been running the place for decades, scandal after scandal. And you’re the only news source investigating, and exposing these shameless cheaters.
    I subscribed because I’m pulling for you! Its a public service that you’re informing us.


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