Two accused of forging signatures for Rhode Island governor candidate set to appear in court
JAMESTOWN, R.I. (WLNE) — Two North Kingstown residents accused of forging signatures for a Rhode Island governor candidate are set to appear in court Friday.
Police said Owen Lokey and Gracie Flynn, both 18 years old, forged signatures of Jamestown residents on nomination papers for Zachary Hurwitz.
The Jamestown Clerk’s Office tried verifying the signatures and suspected that they were forged, according to police.
Lokey and Flynn will be arraigned in Newport.