Former Athens superintendent, two others sentenced in virtual school case

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Former Athens superintendent Trey Hollaway pleaded guilty to his role in concocting a scheme to defraud public schools across the state. Hollaway was ordered to pay $2.9 million. Former teacher Greg Corkren and former Marengo High football coach Webb Tutt will serve 22 and 24 months, respectively, in federal prison. All three men will also face three years of supervised release at the end of those sentences and will pay hefty fines.
Published 5 months ago Photography WBOY

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