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Fake Ticket Seller Pleads, Sentenced to 65 Days in Jail

A man wanted in connection with as many as eight murders in the Chicago area has admitted to selling phony concert tickets in Dubuque. 21-year-old Natrell Jackson pled guilty to two counts each of 4th Degree Theft and Interference with Official Acts in Dubuque County Court. He’s been ordered to spend 65 days in jail, with credit for time already served. According to Dubuque Police, Jackson was selling counterfeit tickets to this past April’s Willie Nelson concert at Five Flags. Two people who had bought tickets from him contacted police, who set up a sale with an undercover officer and arrested Jackson afterwards. Jackson is also currently wanted on eight counts of 1st Degree Murder in Cook County, Illinois. He has an extradition hearing scheduled for today.

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