According to the Chicago Tribune, Mark Theotikos faces up to four years in prison.
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Government attorneys have now extracted guilty pleas from five of the six sports memorabilia dealers originally indicated on mail fraud charges last year and their case against the sixth man continues to move forward. Bradley Wells of St. Petersburg, FL, opted for a guilty plea announced Thursday in connection with the sale of jerseys altered […]February 24, 2012 By
Vintage Authentics owner Steve Jensen faces sentencing this spring as federal prosecutors continue to prosecute dealers of phony jerseys.October 27, 2011 By
The FBI says it has seized thousands of replica jerseys or pieces of jerseys during its investigation of six sports memorabilia dealers recently charged with fraud.October 26, 2011 By
Six sports memorabilia dealers are accused in similar but separate fraud schemes involving jerseys FBI agents say weren’t game worn.December 7, 2010 By
The man convicted of a Super Bowl ticket-fake game jersey scheme reveals a little more about what happened to the “memorabilia”.