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  • Stockton mayor leaves jail after arrest for alleged alcohol-infused strip poker game

    Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva leaves the Amador County Jail after his August 18, 2016 arrest on suspicion of endangering a minor, providing alcohol to underage individuals and illegally recording a conversation. The charges were related to what authorities suspect was an alcohol-infused strip poker game with counselors at his youth camp.

Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva leaves the Amador County Jail after his August 18, 2016 arrest on suspicion of endangering a minor, providing alcohol to underage individuals and illegally recording a conversation. The charges were related to what authorities suspect was an alcohol-infused strip poker game with counselors at his youth camp. Nashelly Chavez The Sacramento Bee
Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva leaves the Amador County Jail after his August 18, 2016 arrest on suspicion of endangering a minor, providing alcohol to underage individuals and illegally recording a conversation. The charges were related to what authorities suspect was an alcohol-infused strip poker game with counselors at his youth camp. Nashelly Chavez The Sacramento Bee
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