Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva is escorted by an Amador County sheriff’s deputy after being released on bail from the Amador County jail in Jackson on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. Silva declared his innocence Friday and said he never endangered children amid allegations that he made a secret audio recording of a strip game at a youth camp run by him.
Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva is escorted by an Amador County sheriff’s deputy after being released on bail from the Amador County jail in Jackson on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. Silva declared his innocence Friday and said he never endangered children amid allegations that he made a secret audio recording of a strip game at a youth camp run by him. Clifford Oto The Record (Stockton)
Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva is escorted by an Amador County sheriff’s deputy after being released on bail from the Amador County jail in Jackson on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. Silva declared his innocence Friday and said he never endangered children amid allegations that he made a secret audio recording of a strip game at a youth camp run by him. Clifford Oto The Record (Stockton)

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