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Investigative Report: Man Running For City Council May Live Elsewhere

A man who has submitted a petition to appear on the primary ballot for Aliquippa City Council may not even live in the city, an investigation by the Beaver Countian has revealed. Robert “Bobby” Williams submitted a signed and notarized petition to the Bureau of Elections, seeking to be placed on the May 21st primary…

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John Paul
John Paul
John Paul is the founder of the Beaver Countian. He reports full-time for the site, specializing in investigative journalism with an emphasis on public corruption.

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LOL IT LOOKS LIKE A GEORGIE TEMPLE WITH THEM SIGNS HANGING UP LIKE THAT!

KEEP AFTER THEM JOHN PAUL THEY CANT GET AWAY WITH SHIT WITH YOU KEEPING AN EYE OUT!!!! đŸ˜†

LIAR LIAR
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LIAR LIAR

Now tell me isn’t it FRAUD when you give false information on a petition that is notarized? When people say they live some where that they don’t? Great job sheriff you might have just got your buddy charges filed against him…This should be interesting……did you really think the mayor was going to let you get away with lying? HA HA

Vondell McCoy
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Vondell McCoy

Yo! Bobby Williams! I do good work. I want to give you an estimate on the work that needs done on your house. Lets begin with the brickwork, then the roof. The whole house needs painted from what I can see, and those front steps look like you brought them over from your Station Street address just this week! Please let a brother hook you up! I will offer you a very competitive price on the work, seeing as how my work will get some good exposure. Heck, I’d do it for almost free if the Beaver Countian will put before and after photos, along with my sign, in the paper. Pass the word to your comrades. I need the work, and I’m good.

YOUR IN TROUBLE
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YOUR IN TROUBLE

Mr Williams maybe you and the sheriff should sit down over a cup of coffee OH SORRY there is no more free coffee, just sit there with your TONGUES hangin out and try to figure a way out of this…BUSTED …..

Kimberly Knowlton
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Kimberly Knowlton

Wow

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