TV news questions about suburban spending confront law enforcement.
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"The officers were on placed on leave for spending related to the foundation.The money was primarily donated to the foundation from businesses and those who live in Johnson County, Kansas.The funds are supposed to go to the families of fallen officers, education and community outreach.It's not clear how much money is in question for being spent outside of those boundaries."
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Four Overland Park police officers are on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into a potential misappropriation of funds. The officers, according to sources close to the investigation, were previously members of the Overland Park Police Officer's Foundation.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Four Overland Park police officers are on paid administrative leave in regard to an investigation into police foundation funds. An investigation is currently underway into allegations of criminal misconduct in the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police.
Four Overland Park, Kansas, police officers have been put on paid leave as the Johnson County district attorney reviews questionable spending at the Overland Park Police Officers Foundation.New directors took over the foundation in January.
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