2.4 min readBy Published On: June 8th, 2022Categories: News0 Comments

Update:

At about 8:29 PM on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, Officers Assigned to District A-1 made an on-site arrest of Jeffrey Hall, 29, of Naugatuck, CT in the area of Causeway Street.

Officers were on directed patrol in the area of the T.D Garden for Game 3 of the Celtics V.S. Golden State Warriors when they encountered a male, later identified as Hall, who was in possession of Counterfeit/Forged Tickets to the NBA Finals Game 3.  Officers additionally learned that Hall was wanted on an outstanding Warrant out of Wrentham District Court for Forged Admission Ticket and Unlicensed Ticket Resale.  Hall was arrested without incident for his outstanding warrant.  Additionally, Mr. Hall will be summonsed to court for his connection to the fake tickets collected from his person on June 8, 2022

The Boston Police would like to take this opportunity to remind fans to be wary of counterfeits when purchasing tickets for the upcoming NBA Finals between the Celtics and the Golden State Warriors. The BPD encourages fans to only buy tickets from authorized ticket agencies. Fans who purchase tickets from a secondary source are taking a chance and do so at the buyer’s own risk. Officers want to proactively curb such activity and encourage buyers to only purchase from official vendors. Purchasing via other means creates the potential for possessing an invalid and/or counterfeit ticket.

If any community members have information about the selling of counterfeit tickets, you are urged to contact Boston Police. Individuals wishing to provide information anonymously may do so by calling the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS or texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). Individuals wishing to provide information anonymously are reminded that the Boston Police Department is only interested in the information you provide, not who you are.

Original Post From BPD News:

The Boston Police would like to take this opportunity to remind fans to be wary of counterfeits when purchasing tickets for the upcoming NBA Finals between the Celtics and the Golden State Warriors. The BPD encourages fans to only buy tickets from authorized ticket agencies. Fans who purchase tickets from a secondary source are taking a chance and do so at the buyer’s own risk. Officers want to proactively curb such activity and encourage buyers to only purchase from official vendors. Purchasing via other means creates the potential for possessing an invalid and/or counterfeit ticket.

If any community members have information about the selling of counterfeit tickets, you are urged to contact Boston Police. Individuals wishing to provide information anonymously may do so by calling the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-TIPS or texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463). Individuals wishing to provide information anonymously are reminded that the Boston Police Department is only interested in the information you provide, not who you are.

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