DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Joey Williams, RoShawn Winburn, Clayton Luckie and Brian Higgins trial date is set for June 24 to appear at U.S. District Court.
Williams (a former Dayton City Commissioner and former market president at KeyBank), Winburn (former employee at the City of Dayton Human Relations Council), Luckie (a former State Rep. who served three years in prison) and Higgins (a Dayton-area businessman) were indicted in April on federal charges.
- Williams faces charges for bribery as a public official
- Winburn is charged with wire fraud and public corruption
- Luckie is charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud
- Higgins is charged with wire fraud
May 16: 2:24 p.m.
The trial of RoShawn Winburn is scheduled to begin June 24, according to his representatives Bieser Greer Landis LLP Attorneys at Law.
Winburn was an employee for the Human Relations Council for the City of Dayton.
He was indicted by the U.S. District Attorney on wire fraud and and public corruption charges in April.
The attorneys for Winburn and three others indicted – Joey Williams, Clayton Luckie and Brian Higgins – were scheduled to appear in court before Judge Thomas Rose today.