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Former Giants Player Clyde Hall Arrested on Narcotics Distribution Cost

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A ancient Original York Giants offensive end used to be arrested Saturday for possessing with intent to distribute around seven kilograms of cocaine, federal prosecutors launched Monday.

Clyde “Peter” Hall, who’s listed as Pete Hall on Skilled Football Reference (h/t Stephen Rex Brown of the Original York Every day News) spent the 1961 season with the Giants after he used to be drafted out of Marquette within the 12th round in 1960.

He’s charged with narcotics distribution and faces a minimum sentence of 10 years and a maximum of existence in detention middle. He’s 82 years ancient.

Hall used to be halfway thru a 20-year detention middle sentence following a 2010 conviction for monetary fraud, but he used to be released to residence confinement within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hall is accused of organizing a drug take care of a offer from the Drug Enforcement Agency.

In accordance with Brown, prosecutors known as Hall “a winning con man” in describing his existence after his 12 NFL appearances. He had no longer introduced in “respectable income” since 1998.

Amongst his monetary fraud crimes were scamming a widow out of $80,000, stealing $4 million from investors and submitting illegitimate financial extinguish claims. The 20-year sentence he earned for his crimes used to be the maximum allowed.

“You were cruel,” Think Richard Sullivan acknowledged in 2010, per Brown. “What you did looked so frigid, so obviously designed to hurt folk.”

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