More subpoenas discovered in possible corruption in Bedford

We have continuing coverage on the possible corruption case involving the city of Bedford.

We found more subpoenas for city officials to appear before a grand jury.

The officials listed in the 16 subpoenas here have already testified leaving the question, what comes next?

The subpoenas asks for everything from city credit card accounts to billing documents.

They focus is mostly on Kenneth Schuman -- the city's law director.

Schuman requested a medical leave back in November.

The subpoenas inquire about Schuman's contracts with the city and his use of city vehicles, as well as expense accounts and documents relating to the city's bonds.

The subpoenas also request documentation relating to somes cases involving Municipal Judge Harry Jacob.

The investigation could be related to the raid on Studio54 back in September.

That's where police arrested 71-year-old Jim Walsh.

Walsh is accused of running a brothel out of the building.

Once the grand jury wraps up, we will have a better idea of how the subpoenas are connected to the suspected brothel and how many indictments will be handed down from the grand jury.


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