Ray Nutting, the El Dorado official accused of accepting taxpayer dollars to clear brush off his land and failing to disclose that money, has been removed from office, the district attorney’s office announced Friday.
An El Dorado County Supervisor accused of accepting taxpayer dollars to clear brush off his land and failing to disclose that money was cleared of some of the most serious charges against him.
There is more potential trouble tonight for an El Dorado County supervisor who’s already facing several felony charges. Fire investigators are now looking into how the fire started last week on Ray Nutting’s property and burned out of control.
El Dorado County Supervisor Ray Nutting is getting help to pay for his legal troubles.
He’s also facing charges of filing false documents, all of which stem from taxpayer dollars Nutting received for work he’s done clearing brush and trimming trees on his own land, as well as other income he didn’t report on state financial-disclosure forms.
After more than a dozen witnesses’ testimony, jurors at a May closed-door hearing determined there was enough evidence to indict the El Dorado County supervisor.
Ray Nutting made his first court appearance facing perjury and conflict of interest charges on Monday. He also faces charges related to collecting loans from county employees to cover his bail.
El Dorado County supervisor Ray Nutting is facing new charges in connection with his arrest for perjury and conflict of interest.
El Dorado County Supervisor Ray Nutting agreed to leave the room whenever the topic involves federal money during Tuesday’s meeting.
A member of the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors who was the focus of a CBS13 investigation after he pocketed $70,000 to trim trees and clear brush on his rural property, has been arrested on criminal charges.
The chairman of the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors reiterated his stance on investigating a fellow board member after seeing a CBS13 investigation.
Cal Fire says it’s a highly successful program that helps prevent forest fires. But we’ve uncovered documents showing tens of thousands of dollars have gone into the pocket of just one politician. And, yes, you’re paying for it.