Westchester County Corrections Officer Jacques Kelly fired after guilty verdict in mortgage fraud case

He faces 80 years behind bars when he

He faces 80 years behind bars when he is sentenced in mid-July.

YONKERS - Former Westchester County Corrections Officer Jacques Kelly was fired this week after being found guilty by a Connecticut jury of mortgage fraud.

The Pleasant Valley man bought dozens of multi-family homes in New Haven and lied about the purchase prices to the banks to get more cash back after the closings.

He faces 80 years behind bars when he is sentenced in mid-July.

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