WATSEKA — The Iroquois County Board is expected to hear a report next week from a forensic expert who has examined 23 computers used by former employees of the now-dissolved Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department.
Andrew Garrett of Decatur-based Garrett Discovery Inc. has spent the past two months extracting the Internet and email history from the computers, looking for evidence of misuse and fraud.
Garrett told the Paxton Record on Monday that he expected to be finished with the work on Tuesday. Board Chairman Kyle Anderson of Beaverville said the preliminary results will be unveiled to the board during a special meeting of the policy and procedure committee sometime next week, likely either on Feb. 19 or Feb. 20.
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