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Football Frenzy A Little Too Real: Two in the Lockup for Phony Tickets

FLOWOOD, MISS– Two people are behind bars after selling fake Southeastern football tickets. Christopher Lynn Kyzar and Layla McCall were ready to collect $200 for the sale they made on Craigslist.

But their buyer was an undercover officer.

If you’re looking at a fake ticket, everything looks good, but the bar code is copied from an earlier game.

Wire fraud and conspiracy to commit a felony are the charges for Kyzar.

Kyzar is charged with two counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit a felony. McCall is charged with two counts of selling tickets for more than their worth, two counts of conspiracy, and two counts of accessory.


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