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Key Figure In Federal Probe Of Credit Union Speaks Out

Leo Glodzik says he has done nothing wrong and has not been contacted by the FBI. Glodzik is owner of LAG towing and is allegedly a key figure in Federal probe of Wilkes-Barre Employees Federal Credit Union.
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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