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Sentencing hearings delayed in Allentown FBI probe

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Sentencing hearings for six people who pleaded guilty to corruption charges after an FBI investigation at Allentown City Hall have been postponed again.

Ramzi Haddad, Dale Wiles, Garrett Strathearn, Mary Ellen Koval, Michael Fleck and Matthew McTish are scheduled to be sentenced in May and June.

All six admitted to participating in a pay-to-play scheme that implicated Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski.

Pawlowski has not been charged.

The FBI first started their corruption probe with a search of Allentown City Hall in July 2015.


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