The former manager of the water and sewer district in Knott County has been indicted on one felony charge of stealing more than $10,000, according to a news release from Attorney General Jack Conway's office.
A local grand jury indicted Reva Campbell, 67, of Hazard on Thursday.
Conway's office began investigating based on a complaint from state Auditor Adam Edelen's office after an audit found possible forged financial documents in the district's records, according to the news release.
The investigation showed that from 2009 through 2013, Campbell allegedly allowed about $85,000 in questionable charges to be made on a credit card issued to her by the Knott County Water and Sewer District, Conway's office said.
Campbell is to be arraigned Sept. 25.