A teen arrested Tuesday for allegedly selling counterfeit World Series tickets was arrested again Wednesday for the same crime. Christopher Cross, 18, of Georgia, is charged with trademark counterfeiting. He was released from jail just before 10 AM Wednesday and was arrested a little over 8 hours later for the same crime.
Officials said around 6:30 PM Wednesday, Cross approached an undercover homeland security special agent near the ballpark and tried selling four counterfeit World Series tickets for $450 each. Cross then allegedly walked the undercover agent over to another individual he was working with to sell the tickets. Cross and his friend were arrested on a $2,000 bond each. If you’re looking to buy tickets to the World Series… KHOU11 News