ATLANTA, GA (WTVM) - The Atlanta Braves has uncovered a scam involving more than $75,000 worth of tickets by using bad checks.
Authorities said, 36-year-old James Lally was arrested in Atlanta and made his first court appearance on Saturday.
He's accused of buying $1300 tickets and then bouncing the five checks he wrote to pay for them. Lally allegedly sold the tickets at a bar and on Craigslist.
It is unclear how many tickets were actually sold.