A former manager for the Denver-area Regional Transportation District has been convicted of taking bribes from a contractor.
Kenneth Hardin was found guilty Wednesday on three of four counts related for accepting bribes in connection with his official duties as a senior manager at RTD. Hardin was convicted of accepting $4,000 worth of bribes in 2014, according to the United States Attorney's Office.
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