Jagger sentencing delayed until June

By: Journal Staff Report
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AUBURN CA - The sentencing of Brian Jagger on a fraud charge in connection with more than $20,000 that went missing from three Placer County election campaign funds has been delayed until June 4. Jagger was to be sentenced Monday but the hearing was postponed at the request of U.S. Attorney Matthew Segal because of a scheduling conflict. Jagger, 32, of Roseville, pleaded guilty last summer in U.S. District Court on a single wire-fraud charge. Court records show Jagger?s plea agreement included a pledge to pay more than $20,000 in restitution to three Placer County political campaigns he was employed with in 2010 and fraudulently obtained money from. District Attorney Scott Owens, Supervisor Kirk Uhler and Auditor Controller Kathy Martinis were named as victims in the case. Jagger?s contract as district aide with Uhler was not renewed shortly after charges were laid. ? Gus Thomson