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State Representative Charged With Theft of Political Funds

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- A St. Louis area representative has been charged with felony stealing for allegedly spending money meant for the Legislative Black Caucus on himself in 2011.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- A St. Louis area representative has been charged with felony stealing for allegedly spending money meant for the Legislative Black Caucus on himself in 2011.

Representative Steve Webb (courtesy: Missouri House Communications)

Representative Steve Webb (courtesy: Missouri House Communications)

Representative Steve Webb (D-Florissant) is a former chairman of the black caucus. He also faces seven misdemeanor counts accusing him of violating laws governing the reporting and use of campaign finance money.

A statement from House Minority Leader Jacob Hummel (D-St. Louis) says Webb has told him that he will resign later today.

The misdemeanor charges say between November 2010 and October 2012 Webb failed to report more than $61,000, spent more than $40,000 in violation of spending limits, co-mingled more than $5,100 in campaign and other funds and converted more than $6,600 to personal use.

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