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Posted: Thursday, 07 November 2013 11:10AM

Former Head Of Utility Sentenced To Prison Time



The former head of a Clarksville utility has been ordered to serve 46-months in prison for his part in a fraud, bribery and kickbacks scheme. According to information in the Leaf Chronicle, 55-year old Rick Ingram of Simpsonville, South Carolina, was sentenced this week in U.S. District Court.

According to the article, Ingram hired consultants for the Clarksville Department of Electricity in 2008, with those consultants, and the businesses they were connected with, invoicing and receiving more than $188,000 from the city of Clarksville. Ingram was the one who approved payments on the invoices, and in exchange, received kickbacks of more than $67,000.

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