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Oliver Hamilton and his wife, Belynda, arrived at the federal courthouse in East St. Louis, IL for sentencing on fraud charges related to his time at East St. Louis Township supervisor. He pled guilty to charges he used a taxpayer-paid credit card for vacations, gifts for political pals, constructions supplies and gas in the southern Illinois township. tvizer@bnd.com
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