The Ohio agency responsible for caring for people with developmental disabilities missed multiple chances to catch a man charged with pilfering more than $400,000 from the state and agency clients over several years.
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“Had MDC management reviewed bank statements, canceled checks, and compared the bank statement activity, and had DODD checked to ensure the required funds were submitted on a monthly basis, Carter’s illegal practices may have been caught as early as October 2009, significantly mitigating the risk of theft from the state of Ohio, and the developmentally disabled residents in their care.”
- Ohio Office of Inspector General Report
“I want to tell u this face to face not texting. But i thinkni know what the the investigation is about i was taking money from work. There is no way u can want to marry me aftr this or can feel the same way about me. I did something so dumb and now am embarassd cause of all the people im going ot hurt n this process.”
- Text message from Doug Carter to his fiancee