A Bowling Green Attorney says he wants an investigation into why a lead inspector was not present at a Bowling Green Code Enforcement Hearing.
Bowling Green Estates Attorney, Alan Simpson says it's apparent there may have been intentional acts on behalf of members of city government to keep lead investigator, Julie Brown, from a hearing conducted October 25th.
Simpson is asking Commonwealth Attorney, Chris Cohron's office to undertake an investigation before the Warren County Grand Jury.
This comes after Brown said she was told not to do her job, when she inspected Bowling Green Estates.
Her Boss, Bowling Green Code Enforcement Coordinator, Alex Colovos, denies those claims.
WBKO spoke with Cohron today, who says he will forward this case to an agency who will determine weather or not this case warrants an investigation.
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