Daniel Denis sentenced in LIRR pension fraud scheme

Prosecutors say Denis collected on benefits since retiring from the LIRR in 2003.

Prosecutors say Denis collected on benefits since retiring

Prosecutors say Denis collected on benefits since retiring from the LIRR in 2003.

NORTH BABYLON - Police say a former Long Island Rail Road worker has been sentenced in connection with the massive pension fraud scheme.

Former ticket agent Daniel Denis has to pay back $371,000 in fraudulent disability benefits.

Prosecutors say Denis collected on benefits since retiring from the LIRR in 2003.

The North Babylon man also received two years probation but will not go to jail.

A total of 33 people have pleaded guilty in the LIRR disability scam case. 

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