2nd Norfolk bribery investigation suspect to appear in federal court Friday

Posted at 4:58 PM, Apr 11, 2013

Norfolk, Va. - A second person charged in the Norfolk bribery investigation is expected to plead guilty in federal court tomorrow.

The case originally began when Norfolk plumber Andrew T. Zoby admitted he bribed a pair of Norfolk supervisors to get more city work.

Zoby pleaded guilty and faces a decade in prison.

One of the people Zoby said he bribed is scheduled for a plea hearing tomorrow.

The other Norfolk supervisor caught up in the case has not been charged.


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Sources: Plumber billed city for highly-skilled labor but often used cheap workers