NORFOLK, Va. – The city has appointed a new treasurer after the conviction of Anthony Burfoot.
In December, a jury found Burfoot guilty of six of the eight charges he was facing for public corruption and perjury.
Burfoot was sentenced to six years behind bars.
Norfolk Circuit Court appointed James B. Oliver as treasurer of the city on Thursday.
Norfolk City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot sentenced to six years behind bars
Norfolk City Treasurer to be sentenced for public corruption and perjury