Gavel-Court-LegalROANOKE, Va. (AP) _ A former Roanoke restaurant owner has been sentenced to one year and two months in federal prison for stealing disability benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board. The U.S. attorney’s office says 46-year-old Christopher Mayo also was ordered Monday to repay more than $228,000 to the board. Mayo previously pleaded guilty to one count of stealing government money. He admitted that beginning in 2007, he falsely applied for and received monthly disability payments for which he was not entitled. An investigation showed that after applying for benefits, Mayo tried to conceal his ownership of Thelma’s Chicken and Waffles in downtown Roanoke.