TOWNVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) — A South Carolina representative is facing more than 100 ethic charges after failing to deposit contributions into a campaign bank account.
A House committee accused Republican Rep. Jonathon Hill from Townsville of using campaign funds to pay for his personal mortgage.
Hill is facing the following charges:
-61 counts of failing to deposit Anedot contributions into a campaign account within 15 days of receipt
-13 counts of failing to make campaign expenditures from his campaign bank account
-12 counts of failing to deposit check contributions into a campaign bank within 15 days of receipt
-11 counts failing to report expenditures paid from the campaign bank account
-Six counts of failing to report itemized contributions of more than $100.
-Seven counts of failing to deposit contributions into a campaign bank account
-Four counts of failing to report contributions exceeding $100 on an Oct. 10 2020 Campaign Disclosure Report
-Six counts of failing to report un-itemized contributions less than $100 dollars on each of the following CDRs: Jan. 10 2020, April 10, 2020, 2020 Pre-Election July 10, 2020, October 10, 2020 and January 10, 2021
-Three counts of using campaign funds for personal expenditures
-One count for failing to maintain a record of contributions received
-One count for making campaign expenditure from a rally fundraising account instead of a campaign bank account.
A formal public hearing will be held within 30 days.