Friday, October 24, 2014

Walter McCarty Pleads Not Guilty to Larceny Charges

Former Kentucky player Walter McCarty, who now serves as an assistant coach with the Boston Celtics, pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of larceny.

McCarty is accused of failing to provide sufficient funds for $39,000 in cabinets for his new home.

Here is an excerpt from BostonGlobe.com:

Celtics assistant coach Walter McCarty pleaded not guilty to larceny charges in a Framingham court Thursday after being accused of failing to provide sufficient funds for $39,000 in cabinets for his home.

McCarty was released without bail and is scheduled to return to court Dec. 11, which an off day for the club. It was not certain McCarty attended Thursday’s afternoon practice. The Celtics open the regular season Oct. 29 against the Brooklyn Nets.

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McCarty released a statement that read:

"This matter stems from ordering some kitchen cabinets for a home that my family and I are building. We hope to resolve the matter soon, but I simply cannot comment further while the case is pending."

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