Geneva County Administrator May Not Go Trial Until 2009

The criminal case of a former Geneva County official may not go to trial until 2009.

Earlier this year, Donna Jones was charged with one-count of using her position as county administrator for personal financial gain.

The investigation reportedly went back as far as January, 2005.

Geneva County Probate Judge Fred Hamic then terminated Jones because she lost her bond required to handle county funds.

The case was slated to go to trial this week; however district attorney officials say they are still awaiting the results of a state audit.

The judge then issued a continuance in the case.

The Donna Jones case may be placed on the spring 2009 criminal docket.

She had worked with the county for more than two-decades.


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