Records point to other Snohomish manager issues



EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — The criminal investigation of Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon has turned up documents suggesting he used his taxpayer-funded cellphone this year to make hundreds of campaign-related calls.

The Daily Herald ( ) reports the county released phone logs and other records Friday under public records laws. The documents were part of a request for records from the Washington State Patrol. The agency is investigating whether Reardon engaged in misconduct by misusing public resources.

The phone records show hundreds of calls and text messages between Reardon and key members of his political campaign over the past year.

Reardon on Friday said no public resources were used during his successful campaign for a third term.


Information from: The Daily Herald,