Public Administrator Lynn EnEarl has been accused of violating state law by not conducting inventory of her charges' property when she took over their cases or filing annual reports with the district court on their financial and health status.
District Judge Mi chael Gibbons ordered EnEarl, who is seeking re-election, to file an inventory and provide accounting in an order issued Thursday.
Gibbons set a 1 p.m. Tuesday hearing seeking an inventory of the property of Sharon Hicks, 83, who has been under the public administrator since 2006, and to determine whether Hicks should continue under EnEarl's guardianship.
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