Two city of Killeen employees are being investigated for undisclosed reasons. Finance Director Barbara Gonzales and Fleet Services Director Kim Randall have been on paid leave since early October.
Gonzales has been working for the city since 2007 and Randall has been working for the city since 2003. Both had worked in the Killeen's finance department overseeing the accounting, purchasing and utility collections.
City manager Glenn Morrison says the investigation is still on going, but would not further comment.
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