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City of Temple Forensic Investigation

On August 24, 2015, Karen Fortune, Pat Salem and Luke Thomas appeared before the City Council for the City of Temple (Georgia) to present findings from a forensic investigation of the City.  Please refer to the following Times-Georgian articles for more information about this investigation:

Temple: Audit Reveals More than $1M Wasted
Temple Audit: Sewell building cited as major part of $1M waste
Former Temple Mayor Responds Audit
Temple Audit: ‘Poor’ bookkeeping, asset management

By |August 27th, 2015|Fraud and Forensics, IAG Bulletins|0 Comments

The Verdict Is In: State v. Jeff and Joseph Carr

A Cobb County jury has convicted Jeffrey Carr and his father Joseph Carr, both from Gainesville, GA, of taking millions of dollars from an elderly Cobb County widow in violation of Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act.

In a unique engagement between IAG Forensics and the Cobb County District Attorney’s office, Laurie Dyke and IAG staff members were assisted by CCDA interns from Southern Polytechnic University to provide the forensic accounting analysis that proved essential to the prosecution’s case.   At trial, Laurie Dyke served as a financial expert witness, and on March 3, 2015, the jury returned guilty verdicts […]