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Hearing Scheduled Thursday for Man Accused of Trying to Mow Down Sports Capper

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Feb/01/2017

A hearing is scheduled for Thursday February 2 for disgraced former attorney Robert Creem, who has been sitting in jail now for 6 months after attempting to run over world famous sports handicapper “The Philly Prince” and his exotic Asian Leopard cat.

A popular sports handicapper, Dale Stickel, better known as “The Philly Prince” was nearly twice run over by a vehicle driven by his neighbor last summer in what police believe was an attempted hit and run.

The bail was raised from $100,000 to $200,000 straight following a third attempt by Creem to run down his neighbor whereby he allegedly was overheard shouting, 'You're dead. I'm putting a contract on your head’.

In an exclusive interview with sports handicapper “The Philly Prince”, Stickle explained a possible motive for Creem’s rage.

"Creem lives next door to me," Stickel said. "Last Halloween, he put out little baskets of candy all over the neighborhood for all the kids in the neighborhood, and invited them to a Halloween party at his home. It was really creepy, this old guy inviting all these kids over to his house. He's some kind of pervert.

"I have kids of my own, so I found this really disturbing," Stickel continued. "So I called the police. They came over and confiscated all the baskets, and talked to Creem, but didn't arrest him because he hadn't committed any crime. Ever since, Creem has had a problem with me."

Stickel also said Creem is angry at him because Creem was recently kicked out of a local strip club for causing a disturbance, and the bouncer who kicked Creem out is Stickel's son.

"Creem tried to steal money from a stripper," Stickel said. "He got caught and my son threw him out of the club. Creem got really angry about that."

Gambling911.com will provide updates following Thursday’s hearing.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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