The Lansing State Journal reports that St. Johns City Manager Dennis LaForest is accused of using taxpayer money to buy $250 worth of tickets for the Detroit Tigers. According to a Lansing firm who investigated La Forest's activities, there seems to be a lack of compliance with a variety of city policies and state laws in St. Johns.

La Forest, who is currently suspended through June 30th, is accused of also using city equipment on a project at his home, intervening to make sure his grandson kept a city summer gig AND MORE. Get all the details here from the LSJ.

St. Johns Mayor Dana Beaman says that LaForest will not be fired from his $90,000.00 a year job that comes with a car allowance. Interesting.