Anthony Oddone, formerly of Farmingville, pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2008 bar fight

The former Farmingville man accused in the death of a corrections officer has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Anthony Oddone admitted to choking Anthony Reister during

WOODBURY - The former Farmingville man accused in the death of a corrections officer has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.  

Anthony Oddone admitted to choking Anthony Reister during an altercation in 2008 at a Southampton's Publick House, where Reister was working as a bouncer. He later died of cardiac arrest. 

Oddone will be sentenced to just over five years, which will amount to time served.

A formal sentence is expected next month.

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