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Former Ind. Gaming Commission investigator admits to misconduct

SWITZERLAND COUNTY, IN (FOX19) - A retired Indiana State Trooper and former investigator with the Indiana Gaming Commission has pleaded guilty to official misconduct.

Troy Knorr, 44, of Columbus, Ind. was arrested in August 2009 after an investigation reveal he retained 16 counterfeit $20 bills belonging to the Indiana Gaming Commission. The investigation led to his 2009 arrest charging him with one count of Corrupt Business Influence, six counts of Forgery, one count of Theft and one count of Official Misconduct. 

Knorr pled guilty Monday to official misconduct as part of a plea agreement between him and the Switzerland County Prosecutor's Office. He was sentenced to 18 months to the Indiana Department of Corrections 18 months suspended and will serve 18 months of supervised probation as well as paying a $200 fine plus court costs.

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