TULSA - More controversy as the Oklahoma State Auditor released a report on the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office Monday.
The report found inadequate control over the payroll process.
The audit found one employee was paid more than $36,000 after being terminated.
In another case, auditors found the sheriff's office contracted with a medical provider that employed the Undersheriff's wife.
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