According to a recent conversation FBI agents have purchased homes in the area. It definitely points to a rumor that the FBI won't be leaving anytime soon.
Their latest catch is Anthony Spinozza, a Hanover Area School Director charged with accepting a $5,000.00 bribe according to the Times Leader. You can read his plea agreement here.
Spinozza, 59, of Wilkes-Barre, has agreed to plead guilty to the charge and to resign from the board. Federal sentencing guidelines call for a sentence of 12 to 18 months, but Spinozza could be sentenced up to the maximum of 10 years.
Spinozza is the 18th person, and sixth area school official, to be charged in connection with the ongoing corruption probe in Luzerne County.