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FBI Arrests Mayors From Two Florida Cities on Bribery Charges

By    |   Tuesday, 06 Aug 2013 07:46 PM

The FBI on Tuesday arrested two South Florida mayors. Both face bribery-related charges, The Associated Press reports.

The Miami Herald reports agents arrested Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi and Sweetwater Mayor Manuel "Manny" Marono at their officers on Tuesday morning.

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Both were expected to appear in federal court for first appearance hearings Tuesday afternoon.

Pizzi is in his second term as mayor. He's an attorney who once worked for a high-profile criminal defense firm in Miami. He was elected in 2008.

Marono, a member of the Sweetwater City Commission since 1995, became mayor in 2003. He currently serves as president of the Florida League of Cities. He played a role in Gov. Rick Scott's transition team in 2011.

No further details about the charges against the mayors were immediately available.

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