By Mary O'Leary and
Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
As Shelton Mayor Mark A. Lauretti pursues the state lieutenant governor
position, he does so without the shadow of a federal corruption probe looming over him.
Thomas Carson, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office, said Tuesday that
the multi-year investigation into allegations of corruption in Shelton is
Lauretti was never charged in the case, and always denied any wrongdoing.
Lauretti, when reached Tuesday evening, said he knew he would “stand the test
of time,” and while he was “frustrated” by the whole experience, “I stopped
He said he never inquired about the status of the case and never heard from
prosecutors personally that it had been closed. Carson told the Register when it
requested an update on Tuesday.
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