Ohio Inspector General Inspector General Finds $40,000 Missing From Lancaster Prison By Alison Holm • May 14, 2015 The Ohio Inspector General's office says an employee at the Southeastern Correctional Complex in Lancaster stole over 22,000 from the prison last year. Former Lotto Worker Indicted For Theft By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 12, 2015 A former Ohio Lottery Commission employee has been indicted on charges of stealing 115 thousand dollars in instant lottery tickets and cashing 70 thousand dollars worth of winners in 2012 and 2013. Investigation Shows $52K In Fuel Missing From Clinton County ODOT Tanks By Associated Press & Alison Holm & Associated press • Jun 16, 2014 An Ohio Inspector General's investigation has concluded that more than 14,700 gallons of fuel were not accounted for from two Ohio Department of Transportation tanks in Clinton County. Tom Charles Retires By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Aug 1, 2013 State Public Safety Director Tom Charles retired yesterday to meet a key retirement benefit deadline under state pension reform. ODOT Meets Federal Stimulus Mandates By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 11, 2013 Ohio Inspector General Randall Meyer says the Ohio Department of Transportation successfully met mandated provisions of the federal economic stimulus package requiring infrastructure projects to be "shovel ready." Legislators Call For Right to Appoint State Inspector General By Ohio Public Radio • Feb 20, 2013 The job of Ohio’s Inspector General is to investigate corruption and wrong-doing in all of the governor's cabinet-level agencies. Heffner Will Not Face Criminal Charges By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 25, 2012 Former Ohio Schools Superintendent Stan Heffner will not face criminal charges, despite questions about his work for an educational testing contractor.