Ex-sheriff’s office employee accused of voting outside his county of residence

A former sheriff’s office supervisor was charged after an investigation into whether multiple police department employees had committed voter fraud.

Bryan E. Wolfe, 35, who resigned this month as the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office director of communications, was charged with voting outside his precinct of residence, a Class D felony.

Wolfe was the only person charged by special prosecutor Sonia Leerkamp, who was asked to look into the claims of voter fraud after a letter was sent to multiple local officials. Wolfe had moved to Marion County but still voted in Johnson County in 2010 after he had moved, according to charging documents.

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