Houston City Councilman Al Hoang cleared of forgery charge

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by khou.com staff

khou.com

Posted on August 31, 2011 at 12:37 AM

HOUSTON -- Houston City Councilman Al Hoang has been cleared of forgery allegations made by some homeowners in his neighborhood.

They had accused Hoang of forging their signatures on a city petition to change their street name from Turtlewood Drive to Little Saigon Drive.  Hoang lives on the same street.

The Houston Office of Inspector General did not find sufficient evidence to prove any wrongdoing.

Hoang had said from the beginning that he did not violate any city policies or ethical standards.

 

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