Criminal Law

A Former Illinois Mayor Pleads Guilty in a Red-Light Camera Kickbacks Scandal

A former suburban Chicago mayor pleaded guilty Monday to taking kickbacks to support the use of red-light cameras in his community.

Tony Ragucci, who resigned in 2020, admitted to getting $88,000 when he was leading Oakbrook Terrace. He pleaded guilty to fraud and tax crimes.

It’s the latest conviction related to how SafeSpeed LLC dealt with some Chicago-area communities that installed cameras to record traffic violations.

Read the source article at Associated Press News

    Leave a Review or Comment

    Your email address will not be published.

    Back to top button