Politics & Government

August 3, 2015 12:27 PM

Former SEANC director Dana Cope to face felony charges

Former state employees’ association head will appear before magistrate Tuesday

Cope, who resigned in February, is accused of spending $570,000 on unauthorized purchases

He faces 6 to 15 years in state prison if convicted on both counts

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