The state released new details about hundreds of thousands of dollars stolen from county governments that still haven't been recovered.
The state treasury follows situations where money is missing from a county, either because of accounting errors, or because someone stole it.
A yearly report keeps track of how much of the missing money has been paid back.
Some highlights of the report show that as of the end of the 2011 fiscal year, across the state more than $700,000 of stolen money still had not been recovered.
Cocke County has a case of stolen money from the late 1990s. That's when former clerk Charles Chesteen pleaded guilty to stealing money from the court.
The report says Chesteen made some payments, but still owes Cocke County almost $40,000. The report also lists different cases of official misconduct during the year. It's things like Anderson County Mayor Rex Lynch resigning in 2011 and pleading guilty to a few felonies, including tax fraud.
Click here to view the entire report.