Carrie Coakley, of Westhampton Beach, was sentenced by Judge James F.X. Doyle to 840 hours of community service on Friday, according to Bob Clifford, the spokesman for the Suffolk County district attorney's office.
In addition to community service, Coakley will also be on probation for five years.
Clifford said, "The judge said at a previous court appearance that would be the sentence if the presenting probation report was satisfactory — apparently it was."
Coakley pleaded guilty in December 2011 to grand larceny and fraud for her role in an $82 million mortgage stacking scheme that her husband, , and former Suffolk County Legis. have also pleaded guilty to.
According to Clifford she entered the plea as part of an "agreement that at sentencing she will receive a split sentence of six months in jail and five years probation, or if she’s eligible, a sentence of 840 hours of community service."
She was originally scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 30.
In November 2011, MacPherson, who is the former owner of in Westhampton Beach, entered his guilty plea on 45 counts and in February, he received a sentence of four to 12 years in prison
Guldi is currently serving his sentence at the Woodbourne Correctional Facility in Sullivan County. He was convicted after a and grand larceny charges, and as part of a plea agreement. Five months later, after in his role in the mortgage fraud ring, he .