The Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office has subpoenaed a copy of the Kendleton budget. City Attorney Grady Randle notified Mayor Darryl Humphrey Sr. and City Secretary Christina Flores on Jan. 13 to immediately provide a copy of the 2022- 23 spending plan to him so that he could forward it to the district attorney’s office.
Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian Middleton told The Herald he could neither confirm nor deny existence of the subpoena; however, when told the subpoena was mentioned in an email, Middleton said, “That’s unfortunate.” Middleton refused to discuss why his office wanted to see the city’s spending plan.
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