Tea Party of Nevada candidate hit with felony bad check charges, also facing home foreclosure
A Nevada asphalt contractor who faces a legal challenge to his Tea Party of Nevada candidacy for U.S. Senate was hit Friday with felony theft and bad check charges in Las Vegas that allege he bounced a $5,000 business check last year.
Scott Ashjian is one of a record 22 candidates, including 12 Republicans, running for the seat held by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who is seeking a fifth term.
Bernie Zadrowski, head of the Clark County district attorney’s office bad check unit, said he would seek an arrest warrant Monday in Las Vegas Justice Court. Ashjian could face up to 14 years in state prison if convicted.
Uhhhhhh… Baglette – You are not supposed to do all that writing bad checks, stealing stuff, and getting convicted…
Until AFTER you are elected. Wish you guys would actually sit down and read the Constitution…
And get with the program!