A New Jersey couple and a homeless man who used a GoFundMe page to raise $400,000 now face criminal charges. Prosecutors tell WCAU that Mark D'amico and Kate McClure conspired with destitute Johnny Bobbitt to create the get-rich-quick scheme in 2017. The couple created a GoFundMe page, claiming homeless drug addict Bobbitt spent his last $20 to fill up McClure's empty gas tank after her car broke down. The charity campaign exploded, raising tens of thousands of dollars from unsuspecting donors in a matter of days. All three face charges of conspiracy and theft by deception for working together to create the alleged ruse.
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