Second person pleads guilty in Norfolk bribery case

Posted at 4:28 PM, Apr 12, 2013

Norfolk, Va. – Today, Michael D. Brown, a retired Norfolk plumbing supervisor, pleaded guilty in federal court to bribery.

He admitted that for several years, he took cash payments from Andrew T. Zoby, a city contractor, in exchange for preferential treatment.

Federal documents show he picked up bribes as often as four times a month.

A current employee is still under investigation.

The city supervisor and Andrew Zoby will appear in federal court again in July. They face up to 10 years in prison.


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