Former CMHA housing inspector sentenced in bribery case

10:26 AM, Oct 18, 2011   |    comments
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CLEVELAND -- A Cleveland Heights man was sentenced to two years in prison in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court for bribery in a housing inspections case.

Frank L. Isaac, 41, of Cleveland Heights, was found guilty Sept. 16 by a jury for accepting money for approving housing inspections.

The bribery charges are somewhat connected to the ongoing Cuyahoga County corruption probe.

Evidence against Isaac was collected during a raid in January by Cuayhoga County Sheriff's deputies and the FBI at the CMHA headquarters on West 25th Street and the CMHA offices on Hamilton Avenue.

Related: Cleveland: State agents, sheriff deputies raid CMHA offices 


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