OAKHILL || WHO'S CHARGED

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Anthony Cafaro Sr.

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Flora Cafaro

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Martin E. Yavorcik

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Mahoning County Commissioner John McNally

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Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino

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John Zachariah

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Oakhill Renaissance Place

Below are the people and companies indicted — and the charges against them — in the Oakhill Renaissance Place investigation. If convicted, the maximum penalty for a second-degree felony is 8 years in prison and/or a $15,000 fine; 5 years in prison and/or $10,000 fine for a third-degree felony; and 6 months in jail and/or $1,000 fine for a first-degree misdemeanor.

Anthony M. Cafaro Sr.: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felonies); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felonies); three counts of perjury (third-degree felonies); four counts of bribery (third-degree felonies); and three counts of money laundering (third-degree felonies).

Flora Cafaro: money laundering, a third-degree felony.

Attorney Martin Yavorcik: money laundering, a third-degree felony.

Mahoning County Commissioner John A. McNally IV: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); three counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); disclosure of confidential information (first-degree misdemeanor); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanor); and soliciting or accepting improper compensation (first-degree misdemeanor).

Former County Treasurer John Reardon: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); two counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanor); and filing false financial disclosure statement with the Ohio Ethics Commission (first-degree misdemeanor).

County Auditor Michael V. Sciortino: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); two counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); two counts of conflict of interest (first-degree misdemeanors); filing false financial disclosure statement with the Ohio Ethics Commission (first-degree misdemeanor); and soliciting or accepting improper compensation (first-degree misdemeanor).

John Zachariah, former county Jobs and Family Services director: engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); three counts of perjury (third-degree felony); bribery (third-degree felony); and tampering with records (third-degree felony)

The Cafaro Company: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); four counts of bribery (third-degree felony); and three counts of money laundering (third-degree felony).

Ohio Valley Mall Co.: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); and four counts of bribery (third-degree felony).

The Marion Plaza: two counts of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity (second-degree felony); two counts of conspiracy (third-degree felony); and four counts of bribery (third-degree felony).

Source: Special Prosecutors Dennis P. Will and Paul M. Nick


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