Ontario Police Department triggers audit after $900 found missing from evidence room

Ontario Police Department. (The Enterprise)

ONTARIO – The Ontario Police Department is undergoing an audit by the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police and two employees have been put on paid administrative leave after $900 in currency was found missing from the evidence room. 

The police department discovered that the money was missing around May 7 after the Malheur County District Attorney’s Office requested the cash, which was being held as evidence in a criminal case. The case involved theft from a hospitality business.

The police agency . . .