Drexel Hill man charged with forging Meehan nomination petitions

    A Drexel Hill man has been charged with forging signature on nomination petitions for Congressman Pat Meehan. Paul V. Summers appeared in court today and as released on $10,000 bail.

    Meehan became suspicious of Summers last April and asked Delaware County District Attorney G. Michael Green to look into the matter. Green involved the attorney general.

    According to the Delaware County Daily Times, Summers waived his preliminary hearing and will be arraigned March 3.

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