Ex-Trenton Mayor Tony Mack sentenced to 58 months in federal prison for corruption

The former mayor of New Jersey's capital city has been sentenced to 58 months in federal prison for corruption.

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TRENTON - The former mayor of New Jersey's capital city has been sentenced to 58 months in federal prison for corruption.

Forty-eight-year-old Tony Mack was sentenced Thursday in federal court. Earlier this year, a jury found him guilty of bribery, fraud and extortion after he was busted as part of a government sting.

His brother Ralphiel Mack was also convicted of participating in a scheme to take bribes in exchange for helping get approvals to develop a parking garage. The former high school football coach was sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Mack remained in office for 19 days after his conviction before a judge ordered him removed from office in February. The judge also stripped Mack of his taxpayer-funded pension.

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