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October 28, 1987

The chief investigator for the office of the Cook County, Ill., court clerk was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to charges resulting from the FBI's Operation Incubator corruption probe. The investigator, Michael Lambesis, was also ordered to pay $35,000 in restitution and placed on five years' probation after his prison term. Lambesis pleaded guilty Aug. 10 to three counts of extortion and one count each of conspiracy, mail fraud and racketeering related to the awarding of a parking ticket collection contract. The FBI used convicted con man Michael Raymond as an informant in a probe that also led to charges against local officials in New York.

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