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VERNON — Three Jennings County residents face a combined 65 felony counts after being indicted by a grand jury on charges of vote fraud, forgery and perjury.
Mike Marshall, a Democrat and president of North Vernon’s Utilities Service Board, faces 12 Class D felony counts of forgery, 13 Class D felony counts of perjury and 20 Class D felony counts of vote fraud, according to paperwork filed with the Jennings County clerk’s office.
Marshall’s son, Chris Marshall, faces a count each of forgery and perjury and nine counts of vote fraud.
John Cook, a Democrat and member of the Utilities Service Board, faces two counts of forgery, three counts of perjury and four counts of vote fraud.
The indictments are the result of a grand jury trial that began its work earlier this week in Jennings County and concluded Thursday evening.
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