WYTV | Chelsea Simeon and Jason Aubry
Youngstown developer Dominic Marchionda has been indicted on over 100 criminal charges.
Bribery, theft, tampering with records, fraud — the corruption described in a 73-page indictment released Monday by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office is shocking, according to State Auditor Dave Yost.
The crimes happened from September 2009 to October 2015, according to the indictment.
Yost said the investigation has been ongoing for more than two years.
“What our investigators found is deeply disturbing,” he said.
The charges came after police raided Marchionda’s Poland home in March, taking out several boxes of financial records.