Terence Crawford found guilty of two misdemeanor charges
Light welterweight world champion Terence Crawford was found guilty of two misdemeanor charges for an incident in April at a auto body shop in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska.
Police said Crawford went to the shop and demanded his 1984 Chevy Monte Carlo. The owner told Crawford the car wouldn't be returned until Crawford paid the $1,350 he owed for a paint job. Crawford and three other people removed the vehicle from a hydraulic lift themselves, causing damages to the lift in the process, and took the car without paying.
Crawford was found guilty on Wednesday of damage to property and disorderly conduct and will be sentenced in December.