Boosters Raid Bank Account

Bank accounts from the Blackman High School football boosters were used to provide nearly $100,000 in supplemental cash and gift cards to the football team’s coaches and for other purposes between 2011 and 2015, according to a report released by the Tennessee comptroller of the Treasury.

The 16-page report released this week also questioned more than $69,000 in gas purchases by the Murfreesboro high school and the booster club’s accounting practices for a six-year period.

No criminal charges were mentioned in the report, though the comptroller’s office said in the news release that its report was given to District Attorney General Jennings Jones for review. Jones declined to comment about the report in a brief interview.

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