Former Ohio House rep Clayton Luckie pleads guilty

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Former Ohio House representative Clayton Luckie has pleaded guilty in federal court to mail fraud in the ongoing Dayton officials corruption case.

Luckie is one of four former or current Dayton officials who have been involved in a widespread public corruption case in the City of Dayton.

Luckie’s lawyer, Aaron Durden, tells 2 NEWS, “We decided to resolve the case early. It allows my client to get on with his life.”

At 56-year-old, Luckie could face up to 20 years in prison.

In 2013, Luckie was convicted of election falsification and money laundering. He was released from prison in 2016.

The second count against Luckie, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, was dropped in the plea agreement.

The City of Dayton did not comment on the plea.

He will be sentenced on Nov. 15.

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