Former Gainesville Police Officer Receives Two Year Prison Sentence
Former Gainesville Police Officer Dave Reveille found out how much longer he will be locked up.
Reveille is accused of using his position as a police officer to get sexual favors from prostitutes in late 2008.
More than two weeks ago, Reveille pleaded "no contest" to a number of other charges including false imprisonment, official misconduct, and aggravated assault with intent to commit sexual battery.
Reveille was sentenced to two years in prison and another 13 years on probation. He will receive credit for the 324 days he has already served.
He will also have to meet several other conditions as a part of his sentencing including having no contact with any of his victims and staying away from areas in Gainesville that are known for prostitution.
Officials said that Reveille will now be taken to a Department of Corrections reception center where he will be evaluated. Pending the evaluation, they will decide which prison he will go to and under what terms.
State Attorney's Office officials said typically former police officers that go to jail are isolated from other inmates.
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