Coastal Managment Initiative Worker Charged with Forging Signatures

A Fairbanks woman has been charged with submitting fraudulent signatures for the Alaska Coastal Management Program initiative.

Deborah A. Carroll faces five felony and misdemeanor charges, including forgery, unsworn falsification, and perjury.

Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho is chairman of the Alaska Sea Party – the group behind the coastal management initiative. He says group officials noticed the forgeries the night before submitting their petition books to the state Division of Elections.

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Casey Kelly is a reporter at KTOO in Juneau.

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