Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio will not face charges in connection with accusations that he used county resources for political fundraising, according to The Loudon Times-Mirror
A grand jury investigated the accusations for six months. The Times-Mirror reports that the lead attorney on the case, Theo Stamos, will not seek indictments against Delguadio.
Throughout the course investigation, which began in September 2012, the jury heard from 31 witnesses and reviewed 36 materials of evidence. The examination of Delgaudio began after Donna Mateer, a former legislative aide, made the allegations through a story in the Washington Post.
According to the Post, Mateer maintained records relevant to her allegations, including correspondence and fundraising spreadsheets. She was fired shortly after filing a complaint with county Human Resources.
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