Current East St. Louis Treasurer Charlotte Moore stands inside the storage vault where many years of city records are stored. About a half hour before this photo was taken, FBI Special Agent Charles A. Willenborg, of the FBI's Fairview Heights office, served a subpoena to Moore asking her to appear in Federal Court with city paperwork from a period of time before she was treasurer. A predecessor -- Joe Lewis -- was the treasurer during the years the subpoena covers.
Current East St. Louis Treasurer Charlotte Moore stands inside the storage vault where many years of city records are stored. About a half hour before this photo was taken, FBI Special Agent Charles A. Willenborg, of the FBI's Fairview Heights office, served a subpoena to Moore asking her to appear in Federal Court with city paperwork from a period of time before she was treasurer. A predecessor -- Joe Lewis -- was the treasurer during the years the subpoena covers. Tim Vizer News-Democrat
Current East St. Louis Treasurer Charlotte Moore stands inside the storage vault where many years of city records are stored. About a half hour before this photo was taken, FBI Special Agent Charles A. Willenborg, of the FBI's Fairview Heights office, served a subpoena to Moore asking her to appear in Federal Court with city paperwork from a period of time before she was treasurer. A predecessor -- Joe Lewis -- was the treasurer during the years the subpoena covers. Tim Vizer News-Democrat

FBI issues summons to East St. Louis treasurer

August 25, 2015 03:41 PM

UPDATED August 26, 2015 04:53 PM

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