News | Sep 22 2016

Terence Crawford found guilty of two charges in Omaha

Junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford guilty of two misdemeanors, not guilty of third, in April auto body shop incident
Terence Crawford vs Viktor Postol
Crawford_Jean_PC_150824_005a-(720x497)  |  Chris Farina/Top Rank

CURRENT WBC and WBO world champion, Terence Crawford, beamed and posed for photos with fans outside of a courtroom in his hometown of Omaha on Wednesday.

Despite the joyful scene steps away from the tribunal, the undefeated two division titlist was found guilty of two misdemeanor charges stemming from an incident that occurred at Extreme Custom Fleet and Auto Spa in Omaha earlier this year. Sentencing will take place in December.

Crawford was tried for disorderly conduct, property damage, and trespassing, but was found not guilty of the latter charge as there was insufficient evidence to prove that the boxer unlawfully entered the “employees only zone” of the facility in question.

 

Boxing News Shop