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Sentencing delayed in bribery case

JACKSON, Miss.- Former Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps and two other men have plead guilty to charges of bribery, however sentencing may be pushed back a few months. 

Sentencing could be pushed back until April for Epps and Sam Waggoner of Carthage. Brandon businessman Cecil McCrory is looking at a May or June sentencing.

Federal officials are taking possession of $1.5 million that Eps forfeited, after the give his wife Catherlean Epps what they have deemed due hers, $200,000.

Epps plead guilty in February to two felony bribery counts. McCrory plead guilty to one count and Waggoner plead guilty in August to one bribery count after waiving an indictment in an agreement with prosecutors, reports WAPT.

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