Former Illinois Republican Rep. Aaron Schock was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on 24 counts, including wire fraud and theft of funds. Schock, 35, was accused of improper reimbursements for non-work related travel and other lavish expenses. His defense team has chalked it up to simple clerical errors. “This indictment will look bad, but underneath it is just made-up allegations of criminal activity arising from unintentional administrative errors,” Schock attorney George Terwilliger said in a statement. “These charges are the culmination of an effort to find something, anything, to take down Aaron Schock.” Schock resigned from Congress last March over the ordeal.