(WBNG Binghamton) New York Senate Deputy Majority Leader Tom Libous could not speak to a report about a possible FBI investigation involving work done at his lake home at Oquaga Lake.
A Bloomerg article stated the FBI had questioned a contractor.
"I can tell you I can't speak for them at this time. It was an article I read this morning myself and no how, no way, can I speak for them at this time." said Libous.
FBI investigations have led to the arrest of two high profile Democrats in the State Senate. John Sampson of Brooklyn is charged with embezzlement. Former Senate leader Malcolm Smith of Queens is accused of corruption for trying to bribe his way onto the ballot for New York City Mayor.
Libous acknowledged there could be more investigations as a result.
"I think there are a lot of investigations by a lot of different groups and agencies going on at this time. And I wouldn't say that it would just be me, it would be quite a few legislators at this time," said Libous.