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Former town manager sentenced in kickback scheme
By Associated Press

The former town manager of Camden has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a kickback scheme that defrauded the state of more than $200,000.

James Plumley III was also ordered to repay the state $200,000 at sentencing Tuesday in federal court in Wilmington.

Plumley and contractor William P. Mahon pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud last year.

Prosecutors said Plumley used his position at a company called Roofing Resources Inc. to steer roofing repair contracts for state-owned facilities to Mahon's company. Mahon would inflate his project bids, then steer kickbacks to Plumley.



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