Results of a state audit of Jefferson County released last year raised questions about money spent to sanitize county buildings. That work was directed by the County Judge’s Office and on Wednesday, County Judge Gerald Robinson was a guest on the Oldies 101.3 morning show to talk about the issue.

Robinson’s chief of staff resigned, and he was asked if that resignation had anything to do with the questions raised by the audit.

He went on to say this.

Despite rumors circulating at the courthouse and in the county, Robinson said he is not under investigation, going on to explain that the county is audited every year and while there are findings every year, that doesn’t mean that count employees have done anything wrong.

He asked Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter to conduct an investigation and said the State Police are conducting the investigation, but he did not know the status of that investigation.