Former SK Foods owner Scott Salyer pleaded not guilty to federal racketeering and corruption charges Feb. 26 during his arraignment in Sacramento, Calif.

Former SK Foods owner Scott Salyer pleads not guilty

Salyer faces multiple felony charges — including wire fraud, bribery and obstruction of justice — in connection to a federal investigation of his company.
Salyer’s attorney, Malcolm Segal, is requesting the court reconsider bail for Salyer, according to federal court documents.
Salyer remains in federal custody after a magistrate judge in New York denied him bail last month because he was considered a flight risk.
According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Salyer’s case will be back in court March 3 to consider Salyer’s detention, which the U.S. Attorney wants to the court to continue.