A former Kentucky teacher who ran a cockfighting operation has been sentenced to 12 months and one day in jail and fined $95,000.
The sentence for Millard Oscar Hubbard, 73, includes six months on home detention after he leaves jail.
Hubbard pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
Hubbard owned a cockfighting venue in Clay County called Riverside, which had stadium-style seating, storage areas for roosters, several fighting pits and a concession stand, according to court records
Hubbard operated the venue with help from Timothy Sizemore, who also worked at the Blackberry pit in Pike County, according to court records.