From major league pitcher to suburban mayor to Amazon driver to…. prison. Wow.
Lukas Alpert reports:
A former major league pitcher who later served two terms as the mayor of a Cleveland suburb, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for using stolen credit card info to buy gas.
Charles E. Smith, Jr., 52, pleaded guilty in May to purchasing stolen credit card information from the dark web, in order to create phony credit cards he used to buy thousands of dollars worth of gas to fuel cars he drove to deliver packages for Amazon.
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