A man who bilked the city of Warsaw out of hundreds of thousands of dollars will likely not serve time behind bars.
56-year-old Marc Campbell was sentenced on four felony counts of providing false information to obtain a governmental contract Thursday morning in Kosciusko Circuit court, according to the Times-Union.
The charges result from an investigation into a scheme involving Warsaw’s former street department head.
Judge Michael Reed sentenced Campbell to 1-1/2 years in prison on each count. Reed suspended the prison time, allowing Campbell to serve one year on home detention and 5 years on probation.
Campbell entered a plea agreement with prosecutors on Jan. 27. As part of the agreement, Campbell was ordered to pay $70,000 before the sentencing.