Auditor fires back
City missed its own red flags in detecting Crundwell theft, Clifton says
DIXON – A defendant in the city's lawsuit against its auditors claims the city is to blame for ex-comptroller Rita Crundwell's theft of nearly $54 million.
The city of Dixon is suing the companies of CliftonLarsonAllen, Janis Card Co. and Samuel S. Card, CPA, and Todd Etheridge, Ron Blaine and Samuel S. Card for more than $53 million in damages, saying they should have detected Crundwell's theft.
Attorneys for CliftonLarsonAllen filed a response Friday, denying any liability.
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