Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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FBI Probes

CITY HALL PAY-TO-PLAY TRIAL
Corey Kemp
Former city treasurer
Kemp, 35, was convicted of 27 charges, including conspiracy, fraud and tax evasion. He was acquitted of 13 charges. The jury could not reach a verdict on five charges.
Sentence: 10 years in prison. Read sentencing transcript.
La-Van Hawkins
Detroit businessman
Hawkins, 45, was acquitted of being part of the conspiracy, and was convicted of perjury and one charge of aiding and abetting fraud.
Stephen M. Umbrell
Commerce Bank, vice president
Umbrell, 45, was found guilty of aiding and abetting honest-services fraud by using insider information provided by Kemp to help the bank win city business. The jury did not reach a verdict on three charges involving loans given to Kemp.
Glenn K. Holck
President, Commerce Pennsylvania unit
Holck, 44, was found guilty of aiding and abetting honest-services fraud by using insider information provided by Kemp to help the bank win city business. The jury did not reach a verdict on three charges involving loans given to Kemp.
Janice R. Knight
Printing
Knight, 41, White's girlfriend, was found guilty of lying to the FBI. The jury could not reach a verdict on whether she had participated in the conspiracy.
Sentence: 5 1/2 months in prison.
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