published Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Two indicted in Tellico Plains for allegedly bribing voters

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested two people for allegedly bribing voters during an election in a local mayoral race.

The agency said 54-year-old Chuck Hunt, of Tellico Plains, and 47-year-old Norman Nichols, of Madisonville, were arrested Thursday after being indicted by a Monroe County grand jury. Both were booked in jail on $1,000 bond.

Hunt faces eight counts of bribery of a voter and eight counts of conspiracy to bribe a voter. Nichols faces six counts of bribery of a voter and six counts of conspiracy to bribe a voter.

They are accused of trying to buy votes during the 2011 Tellico Plains mayoral election.

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