Guns, unqualified instructors found in Dodge City CC probe

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DODGE CITY, Kan. (KAKE) -

The results of an independent investigation of Dodge City Community College will be turned over to the Ford County Attorney for examination.

A news release said the investigation was ordered after auditors mentioned the amount of guns and ammunition purchased by the college.   The investigator found;

>Gun related equipment was delivered directly to the home of a college administrator and it was not used for any college purpose.

>A college administrator was given additional pay to teach a course for which he was not qualified.

>The wife of an administrator was hired to teach a course for which she was not qualified. 

> An administrator created questionable  certification for an adjunct instructor and submitted them for inclusion in the college records of faculty qualifications. 

The Ford County Attorney could determine if criminal charges should be filed in the case. 

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