Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis defends his finances in radio interview

Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis defended himself in the wake of recent federal investigations into his finances and properties during a radio interview today with

Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis defended himself in the wake of recent federal investigations.

Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis defended himself in the wake of recent federal investigations. (2/14/13)

YONKERS - Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis defended himself in the wake of recent federal investigations into his finances and properties during a radio interview today with WVOX broadcaster Bill O'Shaughnessy.

The FBI and IRS are currently digging into Davis' financial history in addition to serving subpoenas to city employees.

The 74-year-old mayor expressed belief that the federal investigations are a result of him being targeted. He asserted that he is an honest man.

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