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Arenda Troutman was born on 1957. Discover Arenda Troutman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?

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On August 6, 2008, Troutman pleaded guilty to two federal counts, including admitting to taking bribes as an alderman. She was sentenced to four years in prison on February 17, 2009, and ordered to begin serving the sentence June 1, 2009.

On April 8, 2008, a federal grand jury in Chicago returned a 15-count second superseding indictment against Troutman and co-defendants Steven Boone, a Chicago government employee, and Vincent Gilbert, an acquaintance of Troutman. On August 6, 2008, Troutman pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud and one count of tax fraud for filing a false return. On February 17, 2009, she was sentenced to four years in prison, stating, "With God as my witness, I am not a monster". She began serving her sentence on June 1, 2009. She was released to a halfway house in June, 2013.


On Monday, January 8, 2007, Troutman was arrested and charged with accepting a bribe from a federal informant as part of an undercover investigation. After 30 minutes of the FBI knocking on the door of Troutman's house, with Troutman inside refusing to open the door, FBI agents broke a window to gain entry. Troutman was the first female alderman to be charged while in office. She was released on $10,000 bond pending a preliminary hearing scheduled for Friday, January 13, 2007. An affidavit filed by an FBI agent in the case alleged that Troutman accepted a $5,000 bribe, and expected another $10,000, in exchange for preferential treatment for a real estate developer co-operating with the FBI. Troutman asked an undercover FBI informant

Despite her arrest and indictment on bribery charges, Troutman was a candidate in the February 27, 2007, election. She was defeated by Willie B. Cochran, a former police sergeant and laundry owner. [1]


In 2006, Troutman was active in fundraising for Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and, in 2002, was a campaign advisor for Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards.


Troutman had also come under scrutiny on numerous occasions for ethical lapses in her career as alderman. In 2004, it was revealed she may have been dating Donnell "Scandalous" Jehan, the second-in-command of the Black Disciples street gang, who had fled the FBI after being indicated in a $350,000+/week drug operation in Troutman's ward. Jehan had been seen driving Troutman's car. A letter from Chicago Police Patrol Chief James Maurer to Troutman on police letterhead was found in the FBI raid on Jehan's home. Troutman commented that she thought he was "a businessman" and that she let "everybody" drive her car.


Troutman was appointed as alderman by Mayor Richard M. Daley in 1990 to fill a vacancy after the death of Alderman Ernest Jones. Troutman was the 16th woman to serve as a Chicago alderman. Troutman was subsequently reelected in 1991, 1995, 1999, and 2003. Despite her arrest and indictment on bribery charges, Troutman ran for alderman in 2007, losing to Willie Cochran.


Troutman attended Calumet High School and Southern Illinois University. After graduating she became a supervisor in the Office of Secretary of State. In 1978, she was arrested for shop-lifting. Information about the arrest was made public by her opponents. Troutman is the mother of three sons.


Arenda Troutman (born 1957) was the Democratic alderman of the 20th Ward in Chicago. She was appointed to her position by Mayor Richard M. Daley in 1990, to fill a vacancy after the death of Alderman Ernest Jones. Troutman was the 16th woman to serve as a Chicago alderman. Despite her arrest and indictment on bribery charges, Troutman ran for alderman in 2007; she lost.