Grand Jury Hears Testimony in LCTA Investigation for Fourth Time

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HARRISBURG -- There was more testimony Monday in the investigation into the Luzerne County Transit Authority buses.

Investigators want to know more about the "ghost riders," the alleged inflation of ridership numbers.

LCTA operations manager Robb Henderson testified before a state grand jury in Harrisburg on Monday. He is the highest ranking authority official known to have been called.

The state attorney general is investigating claims the LCTA collected more than $3 million through inflated ridership numbers.

This is the fourth time the grand jury has heard from LCTA employees since December.