April 1, 2015
Former Clark County Commissioner Erin Kenny has begun serving a 30-month sentence for taking bribes in exchange for political favors.
The disgraced politician on Tuesday reported to a minimum-security federal prison camp 25 miles north of Phoenix, Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Fidencio Rivera said.
Kenny pleaded guilty in 2003 to accepting cash bribes from strip club owner Michael Galardi, and she told investigators that fellow commissioners Dario Herrera and Mary Kincaid-Chauncey also took
Herrera and Kincaid-Chauncey were convicted on political corruption charges. Galardi and his bagman, former commissioner Lance Malone, pleaded guilty.
Kenny was the last of the group to report to prison.
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