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Trio tied to Cuyahoga County corruption avoid prison

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UPDATE: CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Three men tied to the ongoing Cuyahoga County corruption probe managed to avoid prison at their Tuesday morning sentencing.

Todd Gemma, Ronald Monroe and Bryan Carlton - owners of Gemini Development Group - were accused of giving $5K and a lawn tractor to former Maple Heights School's treasurer Christopher Krause. In exchange, the trio reportedly got nearly $300K in district work.

All three men got three years probation and six months of home confinement.

Gemma was ordered to pay $40,502 dollars in restitution, while Monroe and Carlton were ordered to pay $36,750 each.

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