Longoria was arrested last Thursday in the investigation of ex-State District Judge Abel C. Limas, who served from 2001 through 2008. Limas on Thursday pleaded guilty to racketeering and faces sentencing in July.
A criminal complaint says Longoria was part of a 2008 scheme to allow someone on probation in Texas for aggravated assault to report by mail, rather than in person. Longoria allegedly was wired $1,800 from Arkansas as payoff.
The U.S. attorney's office did not immediately return messages Tuesday on whether Longoria has an attorney.