ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A paver, who scammed victims out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, reached a plea deal in court Tuesday.
Tommy Clack entered a guilty plea on charges he acted as a contractor without a license and selling home improvement without a license. As part of the deal, all other pending cases in Anne Arundel County will be dropped.
Clack faces two years in prison when he sentenced at a later date.
As part of the deal, Clack's victims will receive a share of a $70,000 restitution. Victims will also get the chance to
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