WESTPORT, Conn. -- Stew Leonard Sr., the founder of two celebrated Connecticut dairy stores, was released from a federal prison last week after serving 44 months of a 52-month sentence for tax fraud. Leonard, 67, was scheduled to be released from the Schuylkill Federal Correctional Institute in Minersville, Pa., Oct. 21. However, a federal statute allows prisoners who have served most of their sentences to spend the rest of their sentences in a halfway house or home confinement. According ...
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