Former Head of Cleveland Anti-Poverty Agency Charged With Bribery, Conspiracy
The former head of a Cleveland-area anti-poverty agency was charged with accepting more than $23,000 in cash, home renovations and other things of value in exchange for steering work to specific contractors, law enforcement officials said. Jacqueline K. Middleton, 69, of Shaker Heights, was charged in a criminal information with two counts of honest services fraud, one count of bribery in federally funded programs and one count of Hobbs Act Conspiracy.
- Date:August 12, 2014
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions