Rahman Bethea of Charlotte was offered the chance to avoid a trial and conviction following his 2016 arrest on an embezzlement charge. But he was disqualified from the deferred prosecution program because he could not pay down the restitution he owed. Now Observer readers want to help.
Rahman Bethea of Charlotte was offered the chance to avoid a trial and conviction following his 2016 arrest on an embezzlement charge. But he was disqualified from the deferred prosecution program because he could not pay down the restitution he owed. Now Observer readers want to help. Rahman Bethea
Rahman Bethea of Charlotte was offered the chance to avoid a trial and conviction following his 2016 arrest on an embezzlement charge. But he was disqualified from the deferred prosecution program because he could not pay down the restitution he owed. Now Observer readers want to help. Rahman Bethea

If Rahman Bethea needs $800 to avoid a trial, Observer readers say, ‘Let us pay it!’

September 22, 2017 03:55 PM

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