Prosecutors have dropped one of the wire fraud charges against former state lottery commissioner Kevin Geddings. Geddings still faces five counts of mail fraud and three counts of wire fraud. He pleaded not guilty Wednesday as his trial began in federal court in Raleigh. Prosecutors say Geddings tried to hide almost $229,000 he received while working for a for-profit lottery contractor.
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