A casino lobbyist and a former legislator who pleaded guilty in Alabama's gambling corruption case are now in federal prison. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons says lobbyist Jarrod Massey reported Monday to the minimum-security prison camp at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery. Former state Representative Terry Spicer of Elba reported to the minimum-security prison camp in Marion, Ill.
Massey was sentenced of five years and five months for offering bribes to legislators. Spicer has a sentence of four years and nine months for accepting bribes.