DALLAS – Former Bear Stearns managing director Roberto “Bobby” Ruiz was sentenced Tuesday to two years in federal prison for his role in a massive El Paso County corruption case that led to numerous convictions of public officials.

U.S. District Judge Frank Montalvo also sentenced Raymond R. Telles, a lobbyist who had served on the El Paso City Council, to five years’ probation.

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