The hunt for a rural New York man accused of trying to bilk Mark Zuckerberg out of half the Facebook fortune is intensifying, with the US Marshals Service now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Paul Ceglia.
Paul Ceglia US Marshals Service
The authorities contend that Ceglia sliced off his GPS ankle monitor and affixed it to a crudely built contraption in his Wellsville residence “in order to give the appearance that he was still present and moving within his home.”
As part of Ceglia’s $250,000 bail conditions, he was required to wear a GPS electronic monitoring device. He was declared a fugitive last month ahead of his May 4 federal criminal trial.
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