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The arrests of the conspirators, most with a connection to Youngstown, began at 7 a.m.

Wednesday, Todd Werth, supervisory senior agent in charge of the FBI’s Boardman office, told reporters at a press conference yesterday afternoon. The ringleader, Zack Howell of Youngstown, was not indicted. All knew Howell but not necessarily each other, he said.

WATCH VIDEO At least 10 reside in or near Youngstown, which is where FBI agents arrested them. That’s because he was murdered last February over a matter unrelated to the sophisticated money laundering operation, U. In the indictment, Howell, identified by his initials – ZH, as a “mid-level operative in a criminal organization.” Neither the FBI nor the U. attorney’s office for the eastern division of the Northern Ohio District gave him a name and declined to identify him when asked.

The indictment says Howell “primarily operated in and around Youngstown, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Ga.

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With breathtaking speed, the town shrunk from 170,000 residents to 80,000.

Editors Note: This story originally ran on on November 12, 2004.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Columbus, Ohio, is aflame now with the confessions and allegations of a former college player who was living like a pro before he ever turned pro, in the midst of a selectively aware head coach who rode the running back's talents to a national championship.

Maurice Clarett and Jim Tressel were a compelling duo at Ohio State.

But the roots of the alleged scandal -- and the relationship between player and coach -- can be found far from campus, three hours away by car in the northeast corner of a politically and athletically red state.

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