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Former Niles mayor being moved from Trumbull County Jail

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WARREN, Ohio -

Former Niles Mayor Ralph Infante has been released from the Trumbull County Jail. 

According to records, Ralph Infante was booked out of the jail around 9 a.m. on Tuesday. 

Court records indicate a warrant was issued Monday to have Infante transferred to the Lorain Correctional Facility where he was ordered to spend a 10-year sentence. 

Infante was sentenced late last week, after being convicted by a jury on 22 counts, including charges of tampering with records, gambling, operating a gambling house, theft in office, having unlawful interest in a public contract, falsification and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.

His Attorney John Juhasz says they most likely will appeal the sentence.

It's unclear what impact the felony conviction could have if any on Infante's pension.

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