New Indictments in El Paso Corruption Probe
POSTED: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 - 5:50pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, January 5, 2011 - 3:01pm
EL PASO - Two more people have been indicted in the ongoing public corruption investigation in El Paso.
New York businessman Joseph O'Hara, 62, and former EPISD Associate Superintendent Tomas Gabaldon, 55, are charged with fraud.
Federal prosecutors say O'Hara and another man bribed Gabaldon and an EPISD trustee to secure an EPISD contract.
Gabaldon turned himself in to the FBI in El Paso yesterday.
O'Hara surrendered to authorities in New York.
This is the eighth indictment in the FBI corruption probe which started in 2004.