North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper selects Surf City Mayor Zander Guy to be the new chairman of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. Monday he'll replace Jim Gardner, a Pat McCrory appointee who resigned last month. The pick is causing controversy because Guy is a convicted felon. He spent three months in prison in 1990 after being found guilty of over-billing clients of his insurance agency $16,000. His three-year sentence was commuted by Republican Governor Jim Martin. Guy served on the ABC Commission under Democratic Governor Bev Perdue.