Hoboken Con Man arrested in Cherry Hill
Raffle con man Dexter Davis apprehended in Cherry Hill NJ
The man that conned several Hoboken High School students into selling phony raffle tickets for an hourly salary was arrested on Saturday, June 19th in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Dexter Davis reportedly recruited students at Harris Business School in Cherry Hill – who came forward to the police when they suspected the raffle was a scam. Mr. Davis was then tracked down at the local Dunkin’ Donuts and placed under arrest after Cherry Hill police confirmed the warrant with the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office and Hoboken Police.
He was charged with wrongful Impersonation and Theft by Deception.
Dr. Dexter Davis chased by ABC News
Many you may have heard about the “Con Man” that duped Hoboken High School kids last month, promising a few students an hourly salary for selling raffle tickets. He never paid the kids, and made off with a whopping $170 bucks in the scam.
Well, ABC 7 News is very interested in this story, and chased the alleged criminal Dexter Davis in NYC this week: