Cleveland radio personality indicted for charity scam

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J.G. Spooner (Photo courtesy: Broadview Heights police)

CLEVELAND – J.G. Spooner, a former producer at 92.3 The Fan has been indicted Monday on 7 counts for a recent charity scam.

Joseph G. Spooner was indicted last week on one count of money laundering and was released on bail.

This week he was indicted on two additional counts of money laundering, three counts of aggravated theft and two counts of prohibited acts and practices.

Last week, The Fan told Fox 8 that Spooner no longer worked at the radio station. He is also known as the in-arena host for the Lake Erie Monsters.

Spooner is set to next appear in court on April 27.