OROVILLE, Calif. - After Oroville Mayoral Candidate Janet Goodson released a statement following some arrest records from her past that came to light, Action News Now reached out to her opponent Chuck Reynolds, who has also come under scrutiny for his own trouble with the law in 1996.
Reynolds declined to speak on camera about the incident, but has released the following statement:
"It saddens me to be asked about this again because not only is it old news, it's also irrelevant. No one should be judged on the foolish actions of their youth. I'm not proud of some of the things I did in my youth and I assume my opponent is not either. I am proud to be a family man of faith. I am proud of the overwhelming support I have received from our community. I'm running for Mayor because we need to restore trust in our city government and to create a safe, family-friendly community for our kids. I believe the people of Oroville deserve to hear about our plans for the future, not negative and irrelevant facts from 25 years ago. I love Oroville and our community, and I would be humbled to be their next Mayor."
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