Rumble Johnson arrested at Mohegan Sun for ID theft, using a stolen credit card

Rumble Johnson arrested at Mohegan Sun for ID theft, using a stolen credit card

At press time, FanSided MMA editor, Amy Kaplan, connected to Bellator for remark but a statement is pending from the MMA organization.

His arrest follows a long examination for the New Caanan Police Department following the initial grievance in November 2019. According to the cops, the card was later on utilized to purchase a big salami ticket from Newark, NJ to Fort Lauderdale, FL.
According to cops, Johnson was charged with identity theft by prohibited use of a charge card and pointed out for spending less than $500 on a revoked payment card. He was later released on $500 bond and is arranged to appear before a judge later on this month.

LAS VEGAS, NV – AUGUST 19: Mixed martial artist Anthony Johnson salutes as he poses on the scale during his weigh-in for UFC 202 at MGM Grand Conference Center on August 19, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Johnson will fulfill Glover Teixeira in a light heavyweight bout on August 20, 2016, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images).
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Anthony “Rumble” Johnson has been arrested at the Mohegan Sun for recognition theft.
Reported by the Daily Voice, Anthony “Rumble” Johnson has actually been jailed at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut in connection with unauthorized usage of a credit card in 2019. The 37 years of age fighter remained in Connecticut battle on the Bellator card, Bellator 258: Juan Archuletta vs. Segio Pettis. Johnson was making his return to the cage after a prolonged layoff and short retirements.