Audit finds million dollar waste in Temple, Georgia

More than a million dollars of waste in one small city's budget, that's what forensic auditors concluded after reviewing spending in the city of Temple, Georgia.

Some of the findings: seized drug money spent on supplies then sold off, buildings bought and renovated then torn down, and supplies shipped to nonexistent addresses.

Our FOX 5 I-Team took that audit and went searching for answers and Senior I-Team Reporter Dale Russell has the incredible story.