Mark Hayward, of Conn., found guilty of fraud in Yankee Stadium dirt case

A Connecticut man has been found guilty in a fraud case that involved selling dirt from the old Yankee Stadium. According to prosecutors, Mark Hayward

Prosecutors say Hayward lied to his business partner about having his share of money in a British bank.

Prosecutors say Hayward lied to his business partner about having his share of money in a British bank. (5/17/13)

THE BRONX - A Connecticut man has been found guilty in a fraud case that involved selling dirt from the old Yankee Stadium.

According to prosecutors, Mark Hayward convinced rock musician Bob Runk to partner up with him and invest more than $80,000 to sell key chains that contained the dirt. They say Hayward lied about having his share of the money in a British Bank.

The Connecticut Post says Hayward faces up to 20 years in prison.
 

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