NEW CITY, N.Y. -- A pair of corruption investigations could soon net federal authorities multiple indictments extending across multiple levels of Rockland's town and county governments, according to News 12.
The report, which cites "a high-ranking source" with knowledge of the investigations, said U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has been quiet on the possibility of multiple arrests, according to News 12.
Still, over the course of several years, the FBI has raided numerous government offices and properties and issued dozens of subpoenas -- including a "busload" in Clarkstown, according to News 12.
The arrests, which, it is rumored, will come mainly within about a week in the towns of Ramapo and Clarkstown, will likely come be the result of investigations in which former Clarkstown Town Attorney Jay Savino and former Rockland County Legislator Frank Sparaco worked with authorities, according to News 12. Both Savino and Sparaco had previously been convicted of various corruption charges.
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