Stokes County Democratic Party chair arrested for dumping tea on man, kicking him in groin
KING, N.C. — Vivian Fulk, chair of the Stokes County Democratic Party, was arrested at the American Legion in King.
King Police Department Chief Paula May told FOX8’s Michael Hennessey that Fulk “dumped tea on a man and kicked him in the groin.”
The American Legion, located at 446 South Main St., was being used as a polling place at the time.
A report obtained by FOX8 shows that Fulk was arrested at 5:04 p.m. and is charged with one misdemeanor count of simple assault.
Fulk was released on a written promise to appear. Her court date is set for Dec. 9.