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Mayor of Mosses Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanor Charge

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The mayor Mosses, in Lowndes County, is pleading guilty to unintentional use of his office for personal gain, a misdemeanor, his attorney, Julian McPhillips says. Hill was indicted in January for using of his public position for personal gain as well as second degree forgery, felonies.

The indictment dealt only with Hill's position as Director of the Lowndes County Emergency Management Agency, not with his position as the mayor of Mosses. McPhillips says Hill will remain in his position as mayor. Hill is no longer the EMA director.

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