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HI: Two indicted in Wonder Blunder scam

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By Jim Dooley and Malia Zimmerman | Hawaii Reporter

SCANDAL: Two charged for their involvement in the Wonder Blunder at University of Hawaii.

HONOLULU — Federal officials on Thursday announced the indictment of two Mainland men for their alleged involvement in the $200,000 Stevie Wonder Blunder fundraiser scam at the University of Hawaii.

Charged are Marc Hubbard, 44, of Mecklenburg, N.C., and Sean Barriero, 44, of Miami.

Read the complete story at HawaiiReporter.com.

 

 

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