13th guilty plea in massive LIRR disability scam

Officials say there has been another guilty plea in the massive Long Island Rail Road disability scam. Gregory Noone, of East Islip, is now the

Officials say there has been another guilty plea in the massive Long Island Railroad disability scam.

Officials say there has been another guilty plea in the massive Long Island Railroad disability scam. (1/9/13)

EAST ISLIP - Officials say there has been another guilty plea in the massive Long Island Rail Road disability scam.

Gregory Noone, of East Islip, is now the 13th retiree to admit a role in the $1 billion disability scheme.

Noone played tennis and golf for hours each week while collecting over $100,000 in pension and disability pay, according to Newsday

Officials say Noone could go to prison for 80 years, but he has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for leniency. 

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