OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD? –
Nov. 8, 2021 – The investigation also took a look at more than 100 “questionable” disbursements totaling at least $4,645 while Armstrong had control of Phases.
“These included cash withdrawals and purchases made at liquor stores, lottery stores, tobacco stores, restaurants, car washes, and retail stores. Many purchases were made in Kentucky and Florida,” The comptroller’s office said.
The Tennessee Secretary of State’s Office administratively dissolved Phases in April 2018.
“Comptroller’s Office investigators attempted to contact Armstrong during the course of this investigation, but they were unsuccessful. Investigators were also unable to obtain records from the nonprofit,” a representative with the Comptroller’s office said.