The billboard at left in front of Eric C. Conn's former law office on U.S. 23 in Floyd County was covered over after Conn pleaded guilty to defrauding the federal disability program.
The billboard at left in front of Eric C. Conn's former law office on U.S. 23 in Floyd County was covered over after Conn pleaded guilty to defrauding the federal disability program. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
The billboard at left in front of Eric C. Conn's former law office on U.S. 23 in Floyd County was covered over after Conn pleaded guilty to defrauding the federal disability program. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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