Two men to be sentenced after stealing from Second Harvest

| February 13, 2017

ALBANY – Two men convicted of stealing from the Second Harvest Food Bank are expected to be sentenced Monday.

Anthony Hall, a former Worth County commissioner, and Gregory Jackson, a former food bank employee, were found guilty of selling seven truck loads of paper products donated by Procter and Gamble and keeping the money for themselves.

The could face up to 75 years for the charges.

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