Police say a man accused of taking money from Maryland schools and falsely promising to have members of the Baltimore Ravens make appearances has been arrested.
A spokesman for the Queen Anne County sheriff’s office says 62-year-old Joseph Gill, of Annapolis, was arrested this week in Aberdeen. Gill is charged with three counts of theft after taking more than $400 from two schools in the county.
Authorities say Gill, through his company Odyssey Group LLC, charged schools to schedule players from the Ravens to deliver anti-bullying presentations. Police say none of the money was ever refunded.
The Ravens have said they have no association with Gill, who is also under investigation in other counties.