Republican state Rep. Adam Thomas has entered into a diversion agreement with Johnson County prosecutors that will allow an election perjury charge to be dropped.
Thomas, 36, signed the one-year diversion agreement with the Johnson County district attorney on July 3.
The Olathe legislator declined comment and a spokeswoman for District Attorney Steve Howe said he was out of the office and unavailable for comment.
The agreement was filed with the court clerk late Tuesday afternoon after a hearing in which Thomas did not appear with his lawyer.
Judge Sara Welch approved the agreement after she was advised that . . .
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