RAEFORD, N. C. (WNCN) — An investigation in Hoke County is underway that the sheriff says has the potential to send several county employees to prison. “This is a serious investigation because it’s criminal,” Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said on Tuesday. Peterkin said the investigation has the potential to be bigger than back in 2001 when a former Hoke County manager was sent to jail for embezzling $250,000. “When you’re talking about county government, you’re dealing with taxpayers’ money, so we... The investigation became public Monday night when SBI investigators closed one of the county buildings to serve a search warrant. “It came as a big shock to me,” said Letitia Edens, the Hoke County Manager. Edens says investigators were looking for time sheets for no more than five employees dating back about 18 months. “It is not big, it is a small number, but it is personnel, so I can’t discuss in detail what they’re looking for,” Edens said. Peterkin says the investigation began after his office and the district attorney’s office received a tip about three months ago. The county government building that was shut down Monday night was back open Tuesday. But the SBI says their investigation into the county continues and there’s no timeframe for when it will conclude. Source: wncn.com
RAEFORD, N.C. () — An investigation in Hoke County is underway that the sheriff says has the potential to send several county employees to prison. “This is a serious investigation because it's criminal,” Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said on
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