LAS VEGAS -- Here's what happened to the other convicted G-Sting participants:
* Former Clark County Commissioner Dario Herrera -- Released from federal custody in December 2009, Herrera served from June 2010 to January 2011 as chief operating officer of the Institute of Professional Careers, which trains dental assistants in Las Vegas. He then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, forming Acento Digital Media in March 2011. He describes the company, for which he serves as CEO, as a full-service digital media firm specializing in Hispanic "demand generation." Herrera also belongs to the Latino Startup Alliance in San Francisco. His professional profile on the website Linkedin makes only passing reference to his days on the county commission, where his election as its chairman is listed under honors and awards.
* Former Clark County Commissioner Mary Kincaid-Chauncey -- After her release from a federal prison camp and a halfway house, she returned to her North Las Vegas home in March 2009 and continued to profess her innocence. She has since maintained a low profile.
* Former Clark County Commissioner Erin Kenny -- After her prison sentence ended in December 2009, Kenny remained in her Las Vegas home and has also kept a low profile.
* Former strip club owner Michael Galardi -- After his release from prison in January 2009, he moved to San Diego, where he once operated an adult night club. Court documents stated that he was raising his two children in San Diego as a single father and had been out of the adult entertainment business since 2007.
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