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Suspended corrections officer avoids jail in gambling sentence

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Suspended county corrections officer Timothy Robillard will escape jail time for admitting his role in a gambling ring provided he can stay out of trouble. The 44-year-old Clifton Park man was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge before Judge Joseph Teresi in state Supreme Court of Albany County Tuesday. Robillard was also ordered to forfeit $25,000 in illegal gambling profits he netted through the ring. In February, Robillard pleaded guilty to one felony count of ...


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