reports that the AG Tom Corbett's office is recommending at least 12 years in prison for Michael Veon. Evidently they feel that 65 is a ripe age for Veon to regain his freedom for his transgressions with taxpayers' money.
In a sentencing memorandum filed Tuesday in Dauphin County Common Pleas Court, they asked for a 12- to 17-year sentence for Mr. Veon, 53, who they said "presided over a vast criminal enterprise specifically designed to utilize as many public resources as possible in pursuit of his political and campaign ambitions."
In a separate filing, they asked for 19 to 24 months imprisonment for Annamarie Perretta-Rosepink, who ran Mr. Veon's district office in Beaver Falls.
Sentencing is scheduled for Friday before Dauphin County Judge Richard A. Lewis.