READ: Indictment lays out allegations against Rauch and Camerons

Federal officials announced additional indictments on Tuesday in their investigation of public corruption in the Dayton region.

The May 28 indictment was unsealed on Tuesday and names Steve Rauch, 64, of Germantown, owner of Steve Rauch Inc., Joyce Sutton Cameron, 71 of Trotwood, owner of Green Star Trucking Inc. and mayor of Trotwood from 2010-2016 and James Cameron, 80, of Trotwood, an employee of Green Star.

Rauch pleaded not guilty to all counts on Tuesday in an appearance before U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Michael J. Newman.

The Camerons have not yet appeared in court.

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Here is the text of the indictment.

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