The Securities and Exchange Commission is the latest agency to investigate Bell, launching a probe into the sale of three city bonds totaling $70 million.
The investigation comes after California state auditors raised questions about how the bond money was being used, including one involving a sports park that has yet to be built.
The SEC has asked for documents involving nine current and former Bell leaders, according to the subpoena, a copy of which was obtained by The Times. The subpoena also requires them to testify before the SEC.
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