Two weeks ago, an exclusive Bulldog investigation exposed an internal embezzlement scandal within the Omega Psi Phi fraternity, one of the largest and oldest in the country.
The day after the story aired, investigators with the Dekalb County Police Department say they reached out to fraternity leaders to re-ignite the probe, and their calls were not returned. Nor does it appear anyone in the organization reached out to police.
The Bulldog put pressure on the fraternity again this week, and legal counsel for the organization promised leadership would reach out to police this week, and offer any documents necessary to facilitate the criminal investigation.
The lack of transparency within the organization was first brought into question two weeks ago when former fraternity accountant Randall Griffin spoke to CBS46 about what he saw in regards to misspending.
The fraternity refused an on-camera interview or written statement about the allegations but confirmed an internal investigation into the matter.
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