Hudgins met his victim through the victim's son, who worked for Hudgins, according to the AG.
Hudgins convinced the elderly victim to give him money that he promised to invest in new businesses. But in one case, according to the AG's office, Hudgins did not buy the business he said he would and yet sought more money from the victim to run that business he never bought.
At his plea hearing, Hudgins "attempted to continue the charade by telling the court he was a former Navy SEAL and planning to use his
Hudgins was sentenced to 10 years suspended to five years of probation with conditions. He is ordered to repay
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