Add a new Jaguar sports car and over $34,000 to the coffers of FBI in Detroit. Those profits were seized during an ongoing investigation of the cash-strapped town of Pontiac, Mich., just north of Detroit, reports the Detroit News.
The Jaguar was once Jumanne Sledge’s, a former Pontiac schools superintendent who resigned after allegations rose last August of the improper use of school funds.
“The seizures shed light on an FBI investigation that coincides with a whistle-blower lawsuit alleging financial wrongdoing inside the troubled district, writes the Detroit News.
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