Williams left a job as market president at KeyBank in May, a bank spokeswoman told this newspaper previously.
Williams is a Dayton native who also served on the Dayton School Board. He resigned his seat on the city commission in February 2018, shortly after winning re-election in November 2017. One reason he offered for the resignation was that the new job as KeyBank Dayton market president required time and travel.
Williams was among four Dayton men whose federal charges were made public in late April. All four initially pleaded not guilty. The indictments led a federal prosecutor to say that the investigation found a “culture of corruption” in the Dayton area, and that more indictments would soon be revealed.
Former state Rep. Clayton Luckie, 56, pleaded guilty in July to one count of mail fraud, according to a plea agreement and statement of facts filed with U.S. District Court in Dayton.