Los Angeles County district attorney's office prosecutors and criminal investigators are joining a City Hall effort to determine how two controversial Department of Water and Power nonprofits have spent more than $40 million in ratepayer money, it was reported today.
An official in District Attorney Jackie Lacey's office, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the Los Angeles Times that the agency is ``participating in an effort to obtain the records and determine whether a crime has been committed."
It was not immediately clear if prosecutors have formally begun an investigation or sought grand jury subpoenas requiring production of financial records on the two nonprofits, The Times reported.
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