Jesse Jackson Jr. could be home as early as Monday to serve the last three months of his prison term on home detention, sources told the Tribune. Jackson, 50, a former Democratic congressman from Chicago, entered prison on Oct. 29, 2013, after he was convicted for misuse of about $750,000 in campaign funds. He spent the money on vacations, furs, celebrity memorabilia, everyday goods and two mounted elk heads.

He entered a halfway house in Baltimore on March 26 after spending about 17 months in federal prisons in North Carolina and Alabama.