PITTSBURGH - Starting Friday a new fraud hotline will go live in the city of Pittsburgh.
City controller and mayoral candidate Michael Lamb made the announcement Tuesday.
Lamb said the hotline was set up amid recent issues involving overtime pay for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's bodyguards and an FBI and grand jury investigation into former police chief Nate Harper.
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