Rochester, NY -- A Rochester man convicted in a quarter-million dollar software bootleging plot has been sentenced to six months home confinement.
Federal prosecutors say Raymond Locklin worked at Sutherland Global Services and conspired with co-worker Christi Meehan to obtain free copies of Turbo Tax and Quicken software. The two then sold the software online.
Locklin's sentencing order also calls for five years' probation and restitution.
Meehan will be sentenced on October 1.