Posted Monday, August 4, 2008 11:57 AM | Contributed by Jeff
A 59-year-old Cleveland man was sentenced Friday to a year in prison for using his daughter to scam more than $1,000 in a fake Cedar Point ticket scheme. James Tanner had his daughter play the role of the adorable daughter trying to help the disabled. She went from one customer to another in bars offering Cedar Point tickets for a donation to a charity. Some gave large amounts of cash and got worthless coupons.
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