Spence Jackson a spokesman for the state auditor's office, confirmed that in a statement given to the Amarillo Independent. Wallace-Bajjali has also been serving as a developer for that city.
“I can confirm that we are conducting an audit of the city of Joplin and that we have looked at the relationship between the city and Wallace Bajjali,” Spence Jackson, a spokesman for the Missouri state auditor said in an email to The Amarillo Independent.
Jackson would not comment on whether the auditor has subpoenaed anyone from Wallace Bajjali in its investigation.
In an earlier article, the Joplin Globe confirmed that some members of the Citizens Advisory Recovery Team (CART) had received subpoenas.