La Joya Housing Authority Vice Chair Allegedly Paid $5K to Influence City Official
MCALLEN – The La Joya housing authority vice chairwoman connected to a federal bribery investigation allegedly paid thousands to influence an elected city official.
The investigation carried out by the FBI and Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General.
Her trial is set for October 8.
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