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Former Grand Haven Area Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Brian Wheeler is shown during a court hearing on Jan. 3.

Grand Haven Area Public Schools’ officials were finally able to breathe a sigh of relief Tuesday as they received the long-awaited results of a forensic audit, which came in the wake of former Assistant Superintendent Brian Wheeler’s alleged embezzlement from the district.

After months of analysis by Plante Moran, the report did not reveal any evidence indicating that Wheeler colluded with other district employees, or that anyone on the Board of Education or staff was aware of the embezzlement.

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