Another San Francisco official has been charged by the U.S. attorney's office in connection to a bribery scheme.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission General Manager Harlan Kelly, 58, was charged with honest services wire fraud, the U.S. attorney's office and FBI announced Monday.
“Public officials owe their honest services to the people of San Francisco,” U.S. Attorney David Anderson said in a statement. “Bribery scams undermine our faith in City government. Our investigation into City Hall corruption will continue.”
Kelly resigned from the SFPUC Monday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in a statement.
"The allegations detailed in the Federal Investigation conducted by the US Attorney’s Office are disturbing and unacceptable for anyone serving in our government, let alone the leader of one of our largest departments," Breed said. "As public officials, we have to hold ourselves to the highest standard and put the public good before all else."