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A Utah man has been arrested after allegedly convincing a local company to help plan a fundraiser for Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) — an event which the campaign says was never made aware of.
Adrian Hebdon, whose legal name is thought to be Adrian Noe, was arrested in Wyoming Thursday in a car that police believe to be stolen. He now awaits charges on accusations of stealing a car in Utah and allegedly defrauding a local social club and co-working space called The Wave, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Wave CEO Joanna Smith told the Tribune that Hebdon convinced her to use her company’s resources to plan a supposed fundraiser for Harris’ campaign, including allowing Hebdon to borrow her car. Hebdon reportedly told The Salt Lake Tribune that he borrowed the car with Smith’s permission and planned to return it Thursday.
It was unclear, according to the newspaper, the full extent to which Hebdon is accused of defrauding The Wave, but police officials told the newspaper that Hebdon and his husband both had warrants out for their arrest in other states as well.
The man accused of falsely promoting a Salt Lake City appearance by Kamala Harris has been arrested in Wyominghttps://t.co/9EwBpQIjPJ
— The Salt Lake Tribune (@sltrib) July 12, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) July 12, 2019
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