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  • Sen. Fletcher Hartsell indicted by a Wake County grand jury

    Fletcher Hartsell, left, a state senator from Concord, was indicted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, by a Wake County grand jury on allegations that he signed false campaign finance reports. The 69-year-old Republican turned himself in midday at the Wake County magistrate’s office. He is charged with three counts of certifying a campaign finance document as correct, while knowing it was not correct.

Fletcher Hartsell, left, a state senator from Concord, was indicted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, by a Wake County grand jury on allegations that he signed false campaign finance reports. The 69-year-old Republican turned himself in midday at the Wake County magistrate’s office. He is charged with three counts of certifying a campaign finance document as correct, while knowing it was not correct. Video by Travis Long, Photo by Robert Willett tlong@newsobserver.com
Fletcher Hartsell, left, a state senator from Concord, was indicted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, by a Wake County grand jury on allegations that he signed false campaign finance reports. The 69-year-old Republican turned himself in midday at the Wake County magistrate’s office. He is charged with three counts of certifying a campaign finance document as correct, while knowing it was not correct. Video by Travis Long, Photo by Robert Willett tlong@newsobserver.com
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August 22, 2016 11:24 AM

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