DALLAS - A third El Paso Independent School District trustee implicated in a wide-ranging federal corruption investigation has abruptly resigned.

Charles Roark, who has served on the EPISD board for 12 years, submitted a one-page letter of resignation last week, saying he could not remain in office because he was moving to another district. Board members are required to live in the district they represent.

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