Former state Rep. Jeff Habay will report to the Allegheny County Jail tomorrow.
Mr. Habay, 42, of Shaler, has four months remaining on his concurrent sentences, and though Judge Jeffrey A. Manning ruled last week that he could spend that time in a halfway house, Judge Lester G. Nauhaus disagreed.
Earlier this month, Judge Nauhaus ruled that Mr. Habay would serve the remainder of his sentence in jail, after he had been under house arrest during his failed appeal process -- time that did not count against his sentence. Judge Nauhaus did not hear any new motions from Mr. Habay and is out of town this week. Mr. Habay has been ordered to begin to serve his sentence tomorrow, and any motions he files to contest the jail time would be heard Aug. 11, when Judge Nauhaus returns.