COLUMBIA (AP) -- The South Carolina Treasurer's office has identified 21 towns that could miss out on state money for not turning in their annual audits. State law gives municipalities and counties up to 13 months after the fiscal year ends to send the treasurer's office their audits. A measure approved by the Legislature last year allows Treasurer Converse Chellis to withhold quarterly payments if they don't, starting Feb. 1. The names of the 21 small towns not complying were posted Monday on the treasurer's office website. Spokesman Scott Malyerck said the payments will be withheld from the towns starting next quarter. The money would be released when the audits are handed over. Municipal Association spokeswoman Reba Campbell notes 93 percent of cities are in compliance. Man's death is called suspicious ANDERSON (AP) -- South Carolina authorities say the death of a 39-year-old man at his Anderson home appears to be suspicious. Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore told The Greenville News that friends dropped Eric Kochman off at his house Friday night, and another friend found him dead in the den about 24 hours later. Shore says Kochman appears to have died shortly after he came home, but he says any information about what killed Kochman is being withheld by investigators. Investigators say Kochman left his job at a restaurant Friday night and met with friends at another restaurant before going home.