Ex-UF Football Player Charged in $100,000 Theft
A former UF football player is accused of grand theft I, scheme to defraud and money laundering from another player from May 2004 to December 2005.
Anthone Vouchon Lott, 1993-1996 all-SEC defensive back from Alachua County, is accused of stealing more than $100,000 from Joseph Frederick Weary, 1994-1997 all-SEC defensive back, on August 22, 2005, according to State Attorney William P. Cervone.
Lott reportedly defrauded Weary between May 6, 2004 and December 12, 2005 by fraudulently entering into a contractor agreement with Weary after withdrawing $50,000 or more in U.S. currency from Mercantile Bank, and additional money laundering took place thereafter.
The charges were acknowledged by the State Attorney's Office and filed on April 29, 2009.
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