"Even if proven true, which nobody is saying they are, all of them were just dealing with a few hundred dollars. We're not talking about thousands or tens of thousands of dollars, we're talking about sever hundred dollars in total," said Boone's attorney, Butch Bowers
"We feel very good moving forward with his case and we look forward to a resolution sooner than later. When this is all said and done, Kenney should be able to move forward with his life and we can hope that we can make that happen for him," said Bowers.
This statement was in response to the news release from South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the State Grand Jury returned indictments against suspended Florence County Sheriff William Kenney Boone. He was charged with one (1) count of Misconduct in Office and two (3) counts of Campaign Ethics Violations.
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