ALBANY, N.Y. -- A former Albany corrections officer plead guilty on Tuesday to taking part in an illegal gambling operation.
Officials say it was run out of the Albany County Jail. It started in 2009, and spread across the United States.
Timothy Robillard pleaded guilty to one count of promoting gambling. He faces one year of probation, and must forfeit $25,000 in illegal gambling profits.
He is expected to be sentenced in April.
James Cerniglia, Craig Hayner, Joseph Carucci, and Christopher Socol were also involved, and have all plead guilty to promoting gambling. More than $1 million has been seized in connection with the case.