Subpoenas believed to be connected to Schock case

By Gary Scott on April 13, 2016 at 7:25am

A federal court in Springfield has summoned four staff members from the U.S. House, amid speculation that it’s part of the continuing grand jury probe of former Jacksonville congressman Aaron Schock.

The financial chief of the House and three other staffers wrote letters informing the House that they’ve been subpoenaed, but those letters don’t specify the subject of the subpoenas.

However, they come from the same court where a grand jury has been looking into Schock’s spending and finances for the past year.

Schock resigned last March from representing the 18th Congressional District.

-Wire services