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Inside the investigation: Following a 13-year money trail of deception

Q&A with Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen

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The state auditor released his report to the city of Covington Thursday detailing nearly $800,000 in stolen money—calling this the ‘top most-embezzled’ case he’s investigated.

WCPO Northern Kentucky reporter Jessica Noll takes you inside the investigation, giving you the step-by-step on how it was conducted, and why the state auditor said that there is a significant risk that even more money was stolen.

WCPO Insiders can find out how much the city will pay for the state’s special investigation, how they conducted it and what you need to know as a taxpayer.