Florida Man Arrested in $5,900 Super Bowl Ticket Scam

Robert Pham

A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly duping a Hayward woman into paying $5,900 for Super Bowl tickets she never received, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department reported today.

The arrest of Robert Pham culminates a two-month investigation by the Sheriff’s Department’s property crimes unit.

Pham has been arrested for felony theft by false pretences under a warrant issued by Alameda County and served by police in Coral Springs, a city near Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

The victim of the scam was Hayward resident Sharon Osgood, a 49er faithful who responded to a craigslist ad in January from someone purporting to be a Baltimore Ravens fan with four tickets to the Super Bowl.

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Florida Man Arrested in $5,900 Super Bowl Ticket Scam was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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