AGAIN? 300 California Recall Mail-In Ballots Found In A Vehicle!!!
And the vehicle was found thanks o the person who owned it – a felon, that was passed out at the moment of the investigation!!!
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Besides the most obvious unallowed evidence- the boxes full of ballots, the man was passed out, had multiple driver’s licenses, as well as drugs!
According to the report published by the National File,
“Police are investigating after a convicted felon was found passed out on drugs with multiple driver’s licenses, a loaded firearm and hundreds of pieces of mail. The vehicle was discovered in Torrance, which is part of the LA metropolitan area, in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven. Torrance police made the arrest on the night of August 16, which they initially announced in a Facebook post.
Authorities described the driver of the vehicle as a “felon” but did not give a name or prior convictions. Police added that they also found methamphetamine, thousands of pieces of mail, a scale, and multiple California driver’s licenses and credit cards. The discovery was made after police responded to a call of a man passed out in a vehicle, according to the police.
On Monday, The Torrance Police department provided an update on the case. Sgt. Mark Ponegalek, a spokesman for the department, announced that upwards of 300 California recall election ballots were discovered in the vehicle. Ponegalek stated that the ballots were “intact” and would be remaining at the police department in the property evidence room. “The two questions are: How did the ballots end up in his car, and what was his intent with those ballots?” said Ponegalek.”
Hundreds of California recall ballots, drugs, loaded gun found in passed out felon’s car: police pic.twitter.com/N2jChffAZR
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“Officials said that people affected would receive another ballot. In February, California lawmakers enacted legislation that would send a mail-in ballot to every registered voter in the state for the recall election. California also did this for the 2020 election, citing COVID-19 concerns. “We are working currently with the Los Angeles election office to get them all the names that are on those ballots [so they can] reissue those ballots.”