The continued investigation on Albany County Attorney Richard Bohling focuses mostly on the use of county funds.

According to an affidavit from the Wyoming Department of Criminal Investigation, the investigation began after allegations that Bohling was using county funds for items not used for work. In addition to many purchased items never having been seen in the office, Bohling is accused of purchasing items for himself and his family.

After a “quiet audit” of the Albany County Attorney’s Office, nearly $20,000 of Bohling’s purchases were deemed as questionable. In total, 169 items purchased by Bohling from August 3, 2011 to November 5, 2013 were identified as known or suspected of not being in the office, most of which are electronic devices, cameras, camera equipment and electronic storage devices.

No Charges have been filed.