Man whose convictions were overturned runs for Lincoln County sheriff

Posted by Jordon Greene on September 12, 2014

by Joe Marusak | Charlotte Observer

LINCOLNTON A Lincoln County man imprisoned for 2 1/2 years on sexual assault convictions before the verdicts were overturned said he’s running for sheriff to reform the criminal justice system.

Anthony Huss said he wants no one else to go through what he did. He said his background as a military police officer helps qualify him for the county’s top law enforcement post.

“I lost my business,” Huss said. “I lost seven years of my life.”

Huss, 40, is a registered Libertarian who...

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