Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland was released from federal custody on Friday, May 25, 2018, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.
Rowland was serving a 30-month sentence for campaign fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
The 61-year old Republican was serving his time at a Pennsylvania prison then was moved to a halfway house to finish his sentence.
Rowland who was convicted twice was given an early release date on this sentence which lasted 19 months out of the original 30 month sentence.
According the Associated Press, the Former Governor resigned from office in 2004 and served 10 months in prison for a corruption scandal. Rowland then was sentenced to prison for the second time in 2014 after being convicted for campaign fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice.