Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Three scalpers arrested at UA-LSU game

Posted By on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:38 AM

Little Rock police vice squad officers made three ticket scalping arrests at Saturday's UA-LSU game: Edgar Caves, 50, of Duncanville, Texas; Lloyd Blasingame, 28, of Little Rock, and Houston Spencer, 56, of Memphis. Caves and Spencer were charged with two counts, each, and Blasingame one.

Based on my observation, the police missed a few.

Lt. Terry Hastings declined to release details of the arrests.

"It is an under cover operation so we do not release details. We say each year to those attending games that they should know that the person who they are trying to sell a ticket to for more than the face value may be an undercover officer."

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