“Police Detective Sentenced To Prison in Donovan Campaign Fund Scandal”

The Harford Courant reports here on a “decorated Waterbury [CT] police detective and owner of a roll-your-own tobacco store … sentenced to 26 months in prison Wednesday for trying to  scuttle a state tobacco tax by attempting to bribe former state House Speaker and congressional candidate Christopher Donovan.” One of his employees received a 21 month sentence for a “scheme to violate campaign finance laws by disguising the source of contributions to Donovan’s congressional campaign.”


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