A Man In Hawaii Pleads Guilty To Using Allenby's Credit Cards

A Man In Hawaii Pleads Guilty To Using Allenby's Credit Cards

The golfing world was shocked to learn that one of their members, golfer Robert Allenby, was beaten and robbed while he was in Honolulu. Following that particular information, Allenby fans all over the world were quick to show support to the golfer and some were even stating that they are more than willing to help him catch the person who was responsible for the act. 

That said the man who was responsible for the mugging of Robert Allenby has pleaded guilty. At the moment, the person who is behind the robbery, Owen Harbison, who is now being referred to as the Hawaii man, will be spending lots of time behind bars. 

The whole event took place back in January when Robert Allenby was actually leaving his hotel where he was staying in. After he failed to make it to the Sony Open, Robert Allenby opted to for dinner and accorded to Robert Allenby the only thing that he remembers was waking up in a park. Upon checking he realized that he had a bloodied face. 

According to Jacob Delaphane, the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Harbison used Allennby’s credit card and as a result he will be facing a 5 five year sentence. The news was actually made by the attorney late Tuesday night. He went on further and stated that Owen Harbison used the credit card to get a variety of things from bead to gift cards to clothing as well as jewelry.

 

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