New evidence turned over by Annabi in federal bribery case

Former Yonkers Councilwoman Sandy Annabi turned over new evidence to federal prosecutors in the bribery and extortion case against her.

Annabi delivered five hard drives from her personal computers which may contain evidence that she used her position on the City Council to solicit bribes for her votes.

The case stems from Annabi's alleged changing of her vote on the Ridge Hill project in 2005.

The start of the trial is tentatively scheduled for June 27, but may be pushed back if a judge rules more evidence should be turned over.

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