Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder arrested in $60 million bribery case

Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder arrested in $60 million bribery case

Government authorities captured Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four others on Tuesday morning regarding a $60 million pay off case.

U.S. Lawyer David DeVillers’ office would not talk about subtleties of the case, however a source associated with the examination affirmed Householder’s capture to The Cincinnati Enquirer of the USA TODAY Network.

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Likewise captured, as indicated by the source: Neil Clark from Grant Street Consultants in Columbus; previous Ohio Republican Party seat and advisor Matthew Borges; Juan Cespedes, fellow benefactor of The Oxley Group in Columbus; and Jeffrey Longstreth, counselor to Householder.

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A representative for DeVillers said an Ohio authority and partners were charged for the situation, which she depicted as an “open defilement racketeering scheme including $60 million.” DeVillers has planned a 2:30 p.m. ET public interview to talk about the case.

A dispatcher for the Perry County sheriff’s office told the Columbus Dispatch they were helping the FBI today “in the region” of Householder’s ranch. She declined to indicate it was the Householder ranch.

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