Homeless Veteran At Center Of Alleged GoFundMe Scam Wanted For Missing Court DateA homeless veteran at the center of an alleged GoFundMe scandal is wanted by authorities for not showing up to court on Tuesday.
Mark D'Amico, Man Charged In Alleged GoFundMe Scam, Could Face Jail Time Over Traffic TicketsA prosecutor in Burlington County said Monday that Mark D'Amico could serve as long as 30 days for driving with a suspended license three times spanning March 2017 to May 2018.
Homeless Veteran Johnny Bobbitt Appears In Court For Alleged Role In GoFundMe ScamProsecutors say the trio created a GoFundMe campaign that raised more than $400,000 and then used the money for personal items.
Woman In Alleged GoFundMe Homeless Scam Suspended From State Job A New Jersey woman charged with scamming GoFundMe donors out of more than $400,000 with a fake story about a homeless veteran has been suspended from her state job.
Lawyer For Woman Accused Of GoFundMe Scam Involving Homeless Vet Releases RecordingIn the recording, McClure says D'Amico was behind the alleged scam that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars on GoFundMe.
Woman Accused Of GoFundMe Scam Involving Homeless Vet Duped By Boyfriend, Attorney SaysThey raised $400,000, which authorities say was spent on luxury items and casino trips.
Couple, Homeless Vet Arrested In GoFundMe Scam That Raised Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars, Prosecutor SaysThe fundraising campaign raised nearly $403,000 through over 14,000 donors.
'Crystal Clear': Mark D'Amico Says Answers Coming In Johnny Bobbitt GoFundMe CaseThe Burlington County prosecutor is investigating Mark D'Amico and Katelyn McClure over a GoFundMe page they set up for Johnny Bobbitt.
Mark D’Amico, Man Accused Of Taking Money From Homeless Vet’s GoFundMe, Arrested On Traffic WarrantOfficials say Mark D’Amico was arrested Monday night for an outstanding traffic warrant out of Burlington City.
Lawyer For Couple Accused Of Taking Money From Homeless Vet's GoFundMe Account Says Clients Likely To Be IndictedThe attorney said in a letter dated Thursday that one or both could be indicted by the Burlington County prosecutor and that he and his firm would no longer represent the couple in the lawsuit involving Bobbitt.