Key Figure In Federal Probe Of Credit Union Speaks Out

By Andy Mehalshick

Published 04/04 2014 06:32PM

Updated 04/04 2014 08:08PM

Leo Glodzik insists he did nothing wrong and has not been contacted by the FBI--Glodzik is owner of LAG Towing, the former tower for the City of Wilkes-Barre, and is allegedly a focus of Federal investigators-- The FBI served subpoenas on the Wilkes-Barre Employees Federal Credit Union in March--The long time director of the credit union, Jim Payne, took his own life several days after he accepted the first set of subpoenas--- As the I-Team reported last week, the FBI interviewed a retired police officer--and they had questions about Auto loans- Sources tell the I-Team that at least five current police officers have been interviewed by Federal Agents-- Sources close to the case say the officers are not suspected of wrong doing but might have information that could aid investigators-- City officials say they cannot comment on an investigation in which they have no factual information other than what they describe as "media speculation"--They also say that the credit union is not connected to city government and only rents space inside city hall---

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