Former Schock Staff Members Issued Subpoenas

(Washington, DC) — Several staff members who use to work for former Congressman Aaron Schock will have to testify before a federal grand jury. Congress confirmed yesterday that the Justice Department had issued at least four subpoenas recently to chief of staff Mark Roman, Peoria office manager Bryan Rudolph, district chief of staff Dayne LaHood and executive assistant Sarah Rogers. Federal officials began investigating after allegations surfaced about Schock’s spending habits with taxpayer and campaign dollars. Schock officially resigned at the end of last month.