Sources confirm to YNN several people are expected to turn themselves in to law enforcement Wednesday to be arraigned on charges in connection with the Attorney General's investigation of Monroe County Local Development Corporations.
Prosecutors say in 2007, the county made an agreement with Upstate Telecommunications Corporation on a copier contract. The non-profit brought in Toshiba Business Solutions and Siemens for the project. Then, in 2008, false invoices were created totaling $75,000.
One man has already been charged in connection to the case. According to the indictment of Dan Lynch, a former sales executive with Siemens, Toshiba was paid for work that was never done on the project. Instead, the money was used to purchase a tent package at the Senior PGA Championship held at Oak Hill Country Club.
Lynch pleaded not guilty to charges of grand larceny and falsifying business records.