SEWELL, N.J. (CBS) – The president of Gloucester County College is under investigation for possible financial improprieties.

Russell Davis reportedly plans to stay away from the Sewell campus, where he’s been president for the last two and a half years, until a probe is complete.

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All questions regarding that probe are being directed to the Gloucester County Prosecutor, who isn’t talking except for a printed statement confirming he’s received information regarding what’s been termed “alleged financial actions” involving Davis and will look into it.

The school is independent of county government, but county officials have been advised about what’s going on.

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Freeholder Director Bob Damminger says he’s aware of an investigation that began within the school and that it deals with financial matters there.

Reported by David Madden, KYW Newsradio

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