Three Eastern Carolina residents charged with voter fraud

Published: Jun. 12, 2019 at 5:14 PM EDT
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Three Eastern Carolina residents have been arrested for voter fraud.

The SBI says two people from Goldsboro and another from New Bern used fake addresses to vote in the May 2018 primary and one voted twice.

Terrell Graham, 31, of Goldsboro, and David Williams, 55, also of Goldsboro, have been charged with corruptly taking the oath prescribed to voters. Keymonti Winn-Hocutt, 19, of New Bern is charged with corruptly taking the oath prescribed to voters and double voting.

The Wayne County Board of Elections notified state election officials about possible election violations during early voting, and the SBI then began to investigate.

Graham and Williams were arrested in Wayne County, while Winn-Hocutt was arrested in Craven County today.

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