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Workman Could Face Charges Soon

Workman Could Face Charges Soon



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(KSL News) -- Tomorrow morning Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman will find out if she's going to face felony and misdemeanor charges.

An independent screening panel announced last week it found evidence Workman violated laws by placing a county employee at a nonprofit group as a bookkeeper to assist her daughter, who is the group's chief financial officer.

The panel says it found "sufficient credible evidence" for charging Workman with felony and misdemeanor charges of misusing $17,000 in taxpayer funds.

District Attorney David Yocom says he'll announce his decision on charged Workman tomorrow morning at 10:00.

Eyewitness News has learned there was a major strategy session for Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman Monday.

The meeting was to outline a response to the possible felony and misdemeanor charges.

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