(KMOV) – An Alorton man faces charges after he allegedly committed voter fraud during elections earlier this month.
Steveland Kidd, 25, was charged with two counts of voter fraud related to absentee ballots and the April 9 election in Alorton.
According to the St. Clair County Sheriff, more than a dozen investigators spent about 200 hours looking into the allegations against Kidd.
“It’s man-hour sensitive, there isn’t DNA or forensic evidence that you can use in a case like this,” said St. Clair County Sheriff Rick Watson. “It’s all one-on-one interviews and then you have to prove these people are relevant and reliable.”
Watson says his department is still trying to determine if others were involved.