DAYTON CORRUPTION PROBE: Read the indictments here

Three former local politicians and a businessman are facing corruption and fraud charges, some linked to contracts with the city of Dayton, according to federal indictments unsealed Tuesday. Indictments are allegations that prosecutors must prove in a court of law.

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Former Dayton city commissioner Joey Williams IS charged with accepting bribes — including cash and construction work at his home — in exchange for helping a company receive more than $150,000 in contracts with the city and its non-profit development and financing arm.



Former state representative Clayton Luckie is charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. Prosecutors say he fraudulently helped a construction and demolition company get work for the city of Dayton by making it look like the work was going to a disadvantaged firm.



City employee charged: Dayton city employee and former Huber Heights councilman RoShawn Winburn is charged with public corruption. A federal indictment says he accepted bribes from city vendors — including more than $20,000 in cash — and gave companies an unfair edge in getting city contracts by providing them confidential information about upcoming contracts.



Dayton-area businessman Brian Higgins charged with wire fraud. Prosecutors say he filed $100,000 in insurance claims after a 600 gallon fish tank leaked at his house but planned to divert the money for his own benefit instead of doing repairs.



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