Sacramento man Convicted in Woods Case


Anthony Taylor was convicted Thursday in the Sacramento Superior Court of stealing professional golfer Tiger Woods' identity and using his name to apply for credit cards, charging some $17,000 in unpaid expenses.
Taylor has prior robbery convictions from 1992 and will likely be sentenced on Monday following final arguments.
Upon discovery of the incidents, Tiger Woods had testified in mid-December that he had not been responsible for the charges, which included the purchases of televisions, a used luxury car and the rental of a truck in the Sacramento area.