Update: Online Sports Betting Operator Gets 6 Months of House Detention


The sentencing of Kenneth Lovett (aged 73), a man from Joplin, Missouri who pleaded guilty in May this year to running an online sports gambling operation, has been pronounced by a federal court in Springfield: he will remain in house detention for six months and he'll have to serve two years on probation.

In addition to this, he is forbidden to gamble or enter any gambling establishments during his probation.

His fellow defendant William Lisle, with whom he was facing a 16-count indictment, also pleaded guilty to money laundering and transmitting wagering information online, and has yet to be sentenced.

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