State auditor investigates allegations by Oklahoma City police officer about corruption, cover-up

The state auditor and inspector’s office is investigating an Oklahoma City police captain’s allegations of corruption and a cover-up related to a delay-plagued public safety project, but top city officials denied wrongdoing.

BY MICHAEL KIMBALL Modified: October 14, 2012 at 10:31 pm •  Published: October 15, 2012

The state auditor and inspector’s office is preparing an investigation into an Oklahoma City police captain’s whistle-blower complaint that a city employee misappropriated funds for personal gain and his superiors sought to keep it quiet, but top city officials flatly deny any corruption or cover-up took place.

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