Tuesday, June 21, 2011

R.I.T. Bad Boy Arrested For Money Laundering

R.I.T.'s Michael Colavecchia
From: USCHO.com

Its the oldest story in hockey.  A Canadian hockey player comes down to the United States on a college scholarship.  Then when he returns home after his Freshman season he is arrested by the Toronto Police Department for money laundering, having fraudulantly obtained money in his bank account and conspiracy.  Oh yeah, his Mom and Dad are chucked in jail as well.
"Michael Colavecchia, who recently completed his freshman season (6g, 12a) at Rochester Institute of Technology, was arrested this week and charged with money laundering and conspiracy in an alleged scheme to defraud the Toronto Transit Commission [read entire article]."

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shoulda used the money to buy a better shirt...

old pio said...

What bottom feeders this kid's parents are--getting him involved in their criminality. As guilty as he may be, he didn't think up this scheme.

dggoddard said...

You have to think the Police arrested & charged the son to put the pressure on the Dad to confess.

Anonymous said...

Classy family. That nitwit needs not only a new shirt but also a new haircut.

Imaws Kcup said...

How did Hackstol miss out on this guy? Huge recruiting failure.

miller said...

My thoughts exactly, this guy fits perfectly into Hack's Bad Boyz program of goon hockey. Maybe he couldn't measure up to their high academic standards (all recruits must be able to recite the alphabet and count to 10).

Anonymous said...

We were at the frozen four, you tools were playing golf again

miller said...
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miller said...

how did that frozen four visit work out for you Boyz?

Anonymous said...

Not so good after putting up 6 on you we were spent LMAO

Anonymous said...

You put up six because our boys went deep in overtime with WMU the day before.

Straight up with similar rest, no way UND drops six on us in a playoff game.

Anonymous said...

it's going to be great having the sue visit Magness this year. Seeing all those mullets in one place, you can't beat it.

Anonymous said...

WMU what a great team they are you guys are so funny