SKIATOOK, OK -- There's more fallout from a grand jury investigation into a spending scandal at Skiatook Public Schools.
The News On 6 first reported Saturday that the grand jury handed down two criminal indictments, but they're also calling for more investigation.
A state audit released in February blasted the district for wasting more than half a million dollars of taxpayer money. Superintendent Gary Johnson, who was in charge of purchasing, agreed to resign in May.
The grand jury issued a five page report criticizing Skiatook Schools' past and current administrations.
Read the Skiatook grand jury report, obtained by The News On 6 from a Skiatook parent.
In that report, jurors are also calling for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to look into an open embezzlement case filed with the Skiatook Police Department.
They also want to see more investigation into Rick and possibly Nancy Enos. Rick Enos is the owner of E & E Sales. That's the company the state auditor says acted as middle man, selling Skiatook Schools overpriced goods, with up to 400 percent markups.
The criminal indictments are sealed, until the subjects of the allegations are in custody.