Special Prosecutor Daniel Sigler said the grand jury investigating whether Republican mayoral candidate Matt Kelty broke campaign-finance law has taken action and sent its findings to Judge Fran Gull.
The order is currently sealed, Sigler said, but more information should be available within the next 24 hours.
He said, in the event of an indictment, there would be an arrest before the decision is made public.
The grand jury was sent home at 1 p.m. Tuesday, but Sigler said it could still be called back. Subpoenas are still out, and some loose ends remain, he added.
Between 12 and 20 witnesses were called after the grand jury began its work Aug. 6.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Kelty Grand Jury Findings Are In
The News Sentinel reports that the Kelty Grand Jury has sent its findings to the judge and more info will be available in 24hrs: