Feds get guilty pleas in first two bribery cases connected to Detroit demolitions
A federal investigation underway for several years in Detroit is now bringing the first charges of fraud and bribery.
Detroit has received nearly $260 Million dollars in federal Hardest Hit Funds for blight and vacant building demolitions.
It is the largest program in the nation.
Two men charged with Conspiracy to Commit Bribery and Honest Services Fraud pleaded guilty Tuesday in Federal Court.
The charges brings up to 5 years in prison.
The plea deal recommends 24 to 30 months when 61-year-old Anthony Daguanno and 48-year-old Arandondo Haskins are sentenced in August.