CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Latest on suspended West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry (all times local):

5:35 p.m.

West Virginia's House speaker is calling for the resignation of suspended state Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry, saying allegations against Loughry have have "cast a pall" over the court.

Speaker Tim Armstead called the allegations against Loughry serious and said Loughry did not answer questions truthfully while under oath before a House committee.

In a release, the Republican from Kanawha County said the case "undermined the public's confidence in our judicial system," and said it's time to begin repairing the damage.

Loughry was suspended from the bench Friday over allegations that he repeatedly lied and used his public office for personal gain.

This week, the state Judicial Investigation Commission filed a 32-count complaint with the court that alleges Loughry "made false statements with the deliberate attempt to deceive" concerning his involvement in the renovation of his office.

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West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry has been suspended from the bench over allegations that he repeatedly lied and used his public office for personal gain.

In an order from the high court on Friday, Loughry was suspended without pay and barred from hearing any civil or criminal matters during a judicial disciplinary process.

This week, the state Judicial Investigation Commission filed a 32-count complaint with the court that alleges Loughry "made false statements with the deliberate attempt to deceive" concerning his involvement in the renovation of his office. He also failed to tell other justices about a federal subpoena, had furniture moved from his Capitol office to his home and improperly used state vehicles for personal use.

A message left in Loughry's office Friday was not immediately returned.