Kehl to plead guilty May 30
A May 30 hearing has been set for former Kenosha Co. Exec. Allan Kehl to formally enter his guilty plea before U.S. District Court Judge Charles N. Clevert Jr.
Kehl, who resigned in March, admitted to receiving $15,000 in cash from Kenosha businessman Dennis Troha, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice. Kehl received $10,000 in 2005 at Troha's office and $5,000 in 2006 as the two stood in Troha's garage, prosecutors said.
As part of a plea deal reached earlier this month, prosecutors have agreed to recommend a sentence of two years in prison. The maximum under the charge is five years.
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