Householder Moved to Oklahoma Prison to Begin his 20-year Sentence
The convicted ex-Ohio House speaker had been in the Butler County Jail
Convicted former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder has been transferred to Oklahoma to begin his time in federal prison.
The 64-year-old Republican had been held in the Butler County Jail in southwestern Ohio since he was sentenced June 29 to 20 years for his role in the largest corruption scheme in Ohio history.
He was recently moved to the federal transfer center in Oklahoma City, according to Bureau of Prisons records. His attorney, Steven Bradley, said Householder was not granted a request to be released during his appeal.
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