Alex Rusciano / Peoria Public Radio

Federal prosecutors have handed former Congressman Aaron Schock a second subpoena for financial records, texts and emails as part of a grand jury probe into Schock’s spending.  The new subpoena was disclosed Thursday as prosecutor Timothy Bass appeared before a U.S. District Court Judge. Bass said it's, quote, "utter nonsense" that Schock hasn't fully complied with a grand jury request issued months ago. 

The government wants a chance to argue that former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois should be held in contempt of court for failing to turn over documents. 

  The Peoria Riverfront Museum has failed to file required financial information with the County, that holds the property. Peoria Public Radio’s Alex Rusciano reports that leaves the Museum’s financial standing in question: