Prosecutor subpoenas Sun Valley for audit records
KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) -- Officials in the central Idaho resort city of Sun Valley have been issued a subpoena to turn over records used to conduct a forensic audit of the city's finances during fiscal year 2011.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports the subpoena issued by Blaine County Prosecuting Attorney Jim Thomas was received Tuesday by Sun Valley.
The subpoena directs the city to produce documents and computer records at a Sept. 4 hearing in 5th District Court in Hailey.
The city received the audit from an accounting firm on Aug. 24, but has not made it public.
The audit could shed light on lingering questions surrounding alleged financial irregularities, a break-in at a fire station were documents were stolen and files erased, resignations of staff members, and lawsuits.
Information from: Idaho Mountain Express, http://www.mtexpress.com