Detroit councilman Andre Spivey arraigned in federal court on bribery charge

Andre Spivey entered a plea of not guilty and was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond, like a personal bond. He had to surrender his passport and was ordered not to have contact with Public Official A. His attorney says he's cooperating - and could eventually enter a guilty plea - or the case could go to a jury.

Meet the real 'White Boy Rick' Wershe on Detroit's east side - where it all began

"I run into people all the time that say I remember you used to buy stuff for the neighborhood or stop the ice cream truck and paid for everyone, but I was doing bad things to be able to do those good things. But being a child - you really don't look at it like that. "Not only did I do it as a child, but I was pushed into it by law enforcement - let's not forget that. So, A lot of those things that I went through and did, I was taught to do."