A two-month investigation of Killeen’s Fleet Services Division turned up a culture of theft, mismanagement and poor oversight in the department, but it also raised several questions that remain unanswered.
Four Fleet Services employees — including the division’s director — lost their jobs as a result of the investigation, but more than 20 employees were implicated in thefts from the city’s motor pool. Eighteen employees were given a “written warning” for misappropriating city property and conducting repairs on personal vehicles using city resources. Four others reportedly were “respectfully reminded” about the city’s guidelines in those areas.
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