Ex-LIRR worker, Richard Ehrlinger, pleads guilty in connection with scam

Officials say another retired Long Island Rail Road worker has pleaded guilty in connection with a massive disability scam. Authorities say Richard Ehrlinger, of Bay

The doctor accused in the LIRR disability fraud scheme, and two consultants, have been found guilty of fraud and conspiracy by a jury in Manhattan Federal Court today.

The doctor accused in the LIRR disability fraud scheme, and two consultants, have been found guilty of fraud and conspiracy by a jury in Manhattan Federal Court today. (3/29/13)

WOODBURY - Officials say another retired Long Island Rail Road worker has pleaded guilty in connection with a massive disability scam.

Authorities say Richard Ehrlinger, of Bay Shore, admitted to falsifying records.

The 66-year-old retired conductor will pay back $32,000 to the railroad. He also faces up to five years behind bars.
 

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