Three More Plead Not Guilt in Philadelphia Graft Case

D'Ambrosio, Jill
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/6/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31919, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the plea of not guilty by defendants involved in the alleged corruption in financial transactions with the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Charges against Glenn K. Holck, president of Commerce Bank/Pennsylvania, and Stephen M. Umbrell, regional vice president of Commerce Bank/Pennsylvania; Conspiracy charges against businesswoman, Janice R. Knight; Total bail paid by defendants.


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