Clyde Hall will likely finish his life in prison
An 82-year old former New York Giants player by the name of Clyde Hall was arrested and charged with possession of seven kilos of cocaine.
Hall was recently released from prison after serving 20 years for different fraud crimes. He also goes by the name “Peter.”
Due to the fact that Hall was caught with so much cocaine, he was charged with possession with intent to distribute. He will now head back to jail for at least another 10 years and possibly life. Due to his age it certainly looks like he will spend the rest of his life in prison no matter what.
Hall went in for his 20 year sentence in 2010 and got out early just to go right back in.
Here are some more details from NBC 4 New York:
According to the criminal complaint, on Friday, a confidential source working with the DEA exchanged a series of phone calls with Hall. Allegedly, during these recorded phone calls, Hall and the source discussed the details of a drug deal that was supposed to happen the next day. The criminal complaint claims that Hall told the source to come to his apartment the next day with the “paper” for “six,” and Hall will give the source “six,” and then Hall and the source will wait together in Hall’s apartment until another “five” gets dropped off later on the same day, and then give the “paper” for the “five.” According to the complaint, Hall’s use of “six” and “five” referred to the number of kilograms of drugs that Hall agreed to sell to the source, and “paper” referred to the money for the purchase of the drugs.
Hall only played one season in 1961 for the Giants. He was a second round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 1960, but never played another down after his season in New York.
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