Someone is raiding a Victoria's Secret store in Gaston County and taking hundreds of pairs of panties.
RALEIGH (AP) — Additional charges have been filed against a former North Carolina state legislator accused of theft and money laundering related to federal funds loaned to his company.
A former North Carolina state lawmaker appeared in federal court Monday on charges he used taxpayer money to buy personal items including jewelry, a house and Faberge eggs.
As every political news junkie knows by now, North Carolina State Rep. Stephen LaRoque (R-Lenoir) resigned his position July 25 after being indicted by a federal grand jury. LaRoque faces four counts of theft from a program receiving federal funds and four counts of money laundering over his management of a non-profit group that administered loans to small businesses.
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