AUSTIN — An Austin Energy worker stands accused of misusing city resources.
Auditors said Jody Wood used his city car as a personal vehicle and got paid to hunt on city property.
Wood runs the basic safety programs for Austin Energy. It's his job to make sure the company complies with government regulations and city policies. He also trains other employees.
The city audit against him accuses him of driving his city-owned car at least 21 times. He lives outside of Austin. The report shows he racked up at least $50 in tolls.
It also shows he clocked hours while hunting on city property around Walter E. Long Lake.
Austin Energy said they are still looking into the violations.
Wood has denied any wrongdoing.
And his city-issued tablet that could prove his work history was broken when asked to be turned over.
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