Homeless helper's benefactor: Case will be 'crystal clear'
BURLINGTON, N.J. (AP) -- The New Jersey man under investigation over more than $400,000 raised online for a homeless good Samaritan says answers are coming in the confusing case.
Mark D'Amico appeared in court Tuesday on unrelated traffic charges. He mostly declined to address the headline-grabbing GoFundMe case, but when a reporter asked if everything would become clear, D'Amico responded, "Crystal clear."
The Burlington County prosecutor is investigating D'Amico and Katelyn McClure over a GoFundMe page they set up for Johnny Bobbitt.
He's the homeless man who helped McClure get gas when she became stranded on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia last year.
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To thank him, she set up the fundraising page. The relationship soured, Bobbitt brought a suit against the couple and prosecutors began investigating.
The couple has denied wrongdoing.