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by News on November 2, 2011

in Government Employee Unions, State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By Barry M. Horstman and Jennifer Edwards Baker/ 

The mystery over why former Cincinnati union president Diana Frey spent the past five nights in two different jails deepened Tuesday as Frey remained in the Butler County lock-up, still with no official explanation.

Frey, who in September pleaded guilty to a federal charge tied to allegations that she embezzled more than $750,000 from her union members, was booked into the Butler County jail late Monday, hours after being released from the Hamilton County Justice Center.

The 51-year-old West Price Hill resident was initially arrested and jailed last Friday for allegedly violating the conditions under which she has remained free pending sentencing later this year.

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