The state is investigating about $4,300 of expensespaid for with funds from St. Louis-based Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation andTreatment, also known as DART. The state released an audit after a SunshineLaw request from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The audit shows that DARTpaid for insurance on the executive director’s car, totaling $1,250 over the past year, and also paid $397 in property taxes. The audit also questions the director’s cell phone bill and general ledgeraccount with a balance due of more than $2,200. There werealso charges for items like golf fees, clothing, food, and dating serviceclassifieds on two organization credit cards. The state has warned DARTthat it must improve its financial picture or risk losing $1.6 Million dollars’ worth of state contracts.