ST. LOUIS — Former St. Louis County Govt Steve Stenger has been launched from jail.
Stenger was sentenced in August 2019 to almost 4 years in federal jail for expenses associated to pay-to-play corruption. The Federal Bureau of Prisons now lists him on the St. Louis Residential Reentry Administration Discipline Workplace.
That would imply he’s at a federal jail reentry location or in residence confinement.
On Monday, a consultant of Dismas Home, which serves as a federal prisoner reentry level in St. Louis, stated the power doesn’t disclose whether or not former inmates are positioned there. Dismas Home is linked to the household of Stenger’s former county parks director, Gary Bess.
Stenger, 49, pleaded responsible in Might 2019 to federal corruption expenses following a federal investigation into favors traded for marketing campaign contributions.
He reported to a federal jail camp in Yankton, South Dakota, in September 2019. Although he was initially sentenced to 46 months, his sentence was later lowered and is ready to finish in December.
Stenger’s chief of employees Invoice Miller and marketing campaign donor John Rallo had been additionally indicted within the pay-to-play scheme and sentenced to jail time. Each have since been launched.
As well as, former St. Louis Financial Improvement Partnership CEO Sheila Sweeney pleaded responsible to related expenses however was fined and sentenced to probation.