Things aren’t looking good for Buchanan County Supervisor Trey Adkins, a Virginia Democrat who was just indicted a few days ago by a grand jury on dozens of charges ranging from embezzlement to election fraud.
According to WJHL-TV, Adkins and another alleged criminal, his aunt, Sherry Lynn Bailey, were indicted for a total of 94 offenses.
That outlet reports that Adkins faces 82 total charges including “34 counts of False Statement – Election Fraud”, “11 counts of Absentee Voting Procedure Violation”, “8 counts of Public Embezzlement”, “11 counts of Forgery of Public Record”, “15 counts of Uttering Public Record”, and “3 counts of Conspiracy to Make a False Statement – Election Fraud”.
Meanwhile, Bailey faces a relatively paltry total of just 12 charges. Her alleged offenses include “4 counts of False Statement – Election Fraud”, “4 counts of Conspiracy to Make a False Statement”, and “4 counts of Forgery of Public Record”.
The WJHL-TV report adds that Adkins has been under investigation for about two years now, with the Virginia State Police being largely responsible for investigating the case. It is now being handled by both a special prosecutor and the Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Reece Robinson.
That special prosecutor, Zach Stoots, stated that he would be unable to give any more details on the case because of the Rules of Professional Conduct, saying: (Read more)