Coco Crisp's friend found guilty
LOS ANGELES -- A longtime friend of Coco Crisp was convicted Thursday of 14 counts of fraud and identity theft for running up about $30,000 on the Oakland Athletics outfielder's credit card without his permission.
Marcus Andrews, 32, of Inglewood, Calif., was found guilty of multiple counts of mail fraud and aggravated identity theft during a bench trial, authorities said. Andrews faces between two to 20 years in prison when he's expected to be sentenced Aug. 20.
Prosecutors said Andrews, ...
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