The Department of Justice is asking the city of Charlotte to pay back more than $132,000 that the feds say the city misspent during the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Channel 9 obtained a report that the Justice Department issued. It says the city spent more than $79,000 on unallowable personnel costs.
Some of that includes a police officer's retirement payments.
The report also says the city bought two SUVs that weren't properly upgraded during the DNC.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Rodney Monroe responded to the report and said the department will pay back the $79,000, but he disagrees about the SUVs.
That investigation is ongoing.
(Click here to read the full report.)
Channel 9 plans to ask the city how it will come up with the money to pay back the government.
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