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Updated: 1/13/2012 3:39 pm
About 350-thousand dollars in state property cannot be accounted for by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  According to a review of inventory records by the Lexington Herald-Leader. The records show that more than 100 state computers are missing including four new laptops that were issued to former agriculture commissioner Richie Farmer. New agriculture commissioner James Comer announced Wednesday that he has asked the state's auditor to thoroughly review the department. Comer also recently dismissed farmer's ex-mistress, Stephanie Sandmann, who was added to the payroll with a 60 thousand a year job in the last days of his unsuccessful campaign as running mate to republican gubernatorial candidate David Williams.
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