Denny, BLM supervisor sentenced for fraud
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A Rocky Boy man and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management official who supervised his work in Virginia have been sentenced to time in prison and ordered to pay back tens of thousands of dollars they defrauded from the federal government.
Larry Ray Denny of Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, former deputy state director of BLM’s Eastern States Region, pleaded guilty in March to wire fraud, making false claims and theft of government property. Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Brian Morris sentenced Denny to one year and one day followed by two years supervised release, and...
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