Day 3: St. Lawrence Trial

The Chris St. Lawrence fraud and corruption trial continued Tuesday in U.S. District Court in White Plains with the underwriter of the $25 million stadium bond still on the stand. Published reports said Jefferies LLC managing director Ned Flynn wrapped up his testimony, then attorney Thomas Myers, who worked with the Ramapo Land Development Corporation on the stadium bond, took the stand. Both reportedly explained that the Ramapo Supervisor was the one they primarily dealt with and he was their main contact for estimated financial information about the town. St. Lawrence is charged in a 22-count federal indictment with wire and securities fraud, and conspiracy. Meyers will be under cross-examination when the case resumes today.

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