Walls indicted by grand jury; Fluhr and Hoeper 'vindicated'
Donald is charged with eight counts of conflict of interest, one count of theft by deception, one count of theft of unlawful taking, one count of criminal conspiracy to commit theft, 14 counts of tampering with public records or information and one count of criminal attempt by extortion.
Nelia is charged with eight counts of conflict of interest, theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception, restricted activity and criminal conspiracy to commit theft and one count of deception.
Unsecured bail was set at $25,000 for each of them. They were subsequently released and ordered to appear at a preliminary hearing on February 21. They must surrender any firearms in their home to the Pike County Sheriff and notify the court if they intend to transfer any assets over $10,000.
No one who testified at the grand jury, with the exception of Hamill, appeared at the monthly meetings of the township board to complain.
The Walls did not respond to requests for comment.