Smith was being charged for accessing a Wake County database (DCI). Not New Hanover. According to the law, a deputy of another county who is not employed in the county that they are in, and uses information from that county's DCI is a felony. I am concerned to where you have heard these rumors about the young man drinking in a bar underage. Is the bar letting him drink underage? Because the last time I held a case for underage drinking, the legal age is 21. Meaning someone over the age of 21, is suppling this alcohol. I am very interested if Former Deputy Smith, provided alcohol to the young man. I am quite positive that you may know more about this case than the general public. You seem to be on the defensive of Charles Smith.
In addition, I am sure the boy would have never went to the bar and gained access to Legends, if he did not have his ID. This young boy must be very attractive, since Smith, risked his job in printing this DMV information and risk his own employment to get him inside the bar. I have also questioned myself if anything else may have happen that night. According to recent news release, this investigation did not start from the SBI, finding out about the DMV issue. My understanding is that there was another compliant. However the SBI cleared it. The State may have dismissed the compliant to lack of evidence. There was a time period before the state issued the "accessing government computer" charge. After reviewing many statements SBI agents must have came across another crime. That explains why New Hanover Sheriff, did not expect charges, according to his statement.
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