$70,000 vanishes from Georgia college account



KENNESAW, Ga. — An audit has found thousands of dollars missing from Kennesaw State University and it’s not certain the money will ever be found.


WSB Radio reports that the money was called “K-Cash,” and involved students contributing to their K-Cash accounts and then using it to buy books, meals or printing copies of paperwork.


Authorities say the audit revealed that about $70,000 was taken after students put money in their accounts, but before the school put it in the bank.


Kennesaw State Vice President Arlethia Johnson tells WSB-TV that authorities “can’t put an exact handle on a particular person who is tied to the missing cash.”


No charges have been filed.



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