A grand jury in Santa Fe last week indicted the former controller for the New Mexico Finance Authority on charges of submitting a forged audit for the fiscal year 2011 and circulating that audit to bond investors, officials said.

Gregory M. Campbell, the former controller for the NMFA, was cited for eight counts of securities fraud and four counts of forgery.

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