Two men who pleaded guilty in Alabama's bingo corruption case began serving their time Monday.
Former state representative Terry Spicer of Elba reported to the federal prison camp in Marion, Illinois. He was sentenced to 67 months behind bars after he admitted to taking bribes.
Lobbyist Jarrod Massey reported to the federal prison camp in Montgomery where he'll serve out a 65-month sentence.
Country Crossing developer Ronnie Gilley was sentenced to 80 months, but he won't report to prison until September 24 due to surgery.
A fourth person, lobbyist Jennifer Pouncey, also pleaded guilty in the case and is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday at the Federal Courthouse in Montgomery.
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