25 Jul '14, 7pm

Michigan man allegedly impersonates a golf pro, runs up $16,000 tab at posh resort: By Sam

Michigan man allegedly impersonates a golf pro, runs up $16,000 tab at posh resort: By Sam

A Michigan man recently took that to an extreme when, according to police reports, he constructed an elaborate scheme in which he secured $16,146 in "goods, services and lodging" at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in outside of Pittsburgh in Farmington, Pa. According to a story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review , Jeffrey Paul Cochran of Scottsville, Mich., called Nemacolin and identified himself as Dan Renyolds, a doctor who was seeking to set up a stay for another doctor who was interviewing for a job at a local hospital. The story continues:

Full article: http://www.golfdigest.com/blogs/the-loop/2014/07/michigan...

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