FORT VALLEY, Georgia (41NBC / WMGT) – An employee of the University State of Fort Valley has an administrative license while the University System of Georgia conducts an investigation.
The university released a statement announcing that it notified the University System of Georgia of possible employee misconduct.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Office of the Attorney General are working to determine if a crime has been committed.
GBI officials say they began interviewing people about the allegations this morning. The GBI would not mention the accusations against the employee because of his sensitivity.
You can read the University statement below:
Fort Valley State University recently notified the University System of Georgia about possible employee misconduct. We can confirm that the University System of Georgia is conducting an investigation into this alleged employee misconduct, and a FVSU employee who is allegedly involved has been placed on administrative leave. We can also confirm that the Georgia Office of Investigation and the Attorney General's Office participate and investigate whether criminal activity has occurred. With the pending investigation, we can not comment more.
– Fort Valley State University Marketing and Communications