The former president of the Ottumwa Regional Health Foundation today pled guilty to theft and fraud charges. The Iowa Attorney General’s office recommended that sentencing be suspended and Michael Feinstein be placed on probation so he can pay restitution to the Ottumwa Regional Health Center. Sentencing was set for March 29th. In a related matter, Wappello County Supervisor Jerry Parker pled guilty this afternoon to one count of book making. Parker was charged this month following an investigation of gambling in Ottumwa that directly involved Feinstein. Parker waived his right to a trial and admitted he was involved in bookmaking over a ten-year period. Parker was ordered to pay a maximum fine of 15-hundred dollars, gave him a suspended jail term, and placed him on one year’s probation.
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