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Fake Ticket Scandal: Georgia Man Allegedly Dupes Fans at Hard Rock Stadium.

A Georgia man was captured at Hard Rock Arena over the course of the end of the week after Miami-Dade police blamed him for offering fake passes to a few supporters. While working at the arena for Country Security, a Miami-Dade Police Office investigator got a call from arena security at roughly 8:30 p.m. on June 29 about a man at the arena’s southeast door endeavoring to enter the arena utilizing fake tickets. Police said an official in control was at first halted due to a battle between the suspect and a gathering, after which he mentioned reinforcement.

At the point when police showed up at the scene, no less than six casualties detailed buying tickets esteemed somewhere in the range of $130 and $300 from Octavius Lamar Dozier, 48, of School Park, Georgia, and his assistants, just to find at the ticket counter that they were fake.
As indicated by a police report, each of the six casualties recognized Dozier as the individual who sold them the phony tickets.
Police said Dozier felt unwell after his capture and was taken to Jackson North Clinical Place for assessment.

Subsequent to deferring his Miranda privileges, Dozier asserted someone else nicknamed “Dolla” was the real trickster. Nonetheless, he conceded to being available during the exchanges, which is the reason the casualties accepted he was the con artist, the report said.

As per police, Dozier told examiners he was “a colleague of Dolla, however denied being the person who duped the people in question.”
Prison records show Dozier appearances six counts of coordinated extortion, third-degree great burglary and false belonging or production of an ADM ticket.

He has been held at the Turner Guilford Knight Restorative Center since Friday, where his bail was set at $7,500.
Police have not yet distinguished Dolla and no different captures have been made. They additionally didn’t unveil what sort of tickets Dozier was attempting to sell before his capture.