NC AUDITOR CANDIDATE WAS ON PROBATION FOR STALKING A WOMAN: His criminal charges began, according to court records, when a man reported that on April 8, 2012, Street had hit him in the head and face. That resulted in the charge of simple assault. The charge was dismissed without leave, which means that decision is permanent. Another warrant said Street was reported again in June 2016 for allegedly threatening a different man by saying, “If you want to keep you and your family safe you better give me back my money.” That led to the charge of communicating threats. He was found not guilty on the charge. A woman reported that Street followed her on Feb. 23, 2017, at her house and a family member’s house and refused to leave, and then followed her as she drove, according to warrants. That resulted in his first stalking charge. But a witness did not show up to court, according to court records, and prosecutors dismissed the case without leave. Court records said that Street was accused of following the same victim on multiple occasions between March 30, 2018, and April 26, 2018, leading to a second charge of stalking. He was given a conditional discharge that included six months of unsupervised probation, and the court dismissed the charge.