The News & Record reports here that Clarence "Doc" Martin, the former car dealer who became well-known during the '80s through ads claiming, "Nobody walks 'til the Bossman talks!", will begin serving two consecutive 10-year sentences.
In 1991, Martin was convicted and sentenced on two fraud charges and was pleading guilty to other charges. He walked out of the sentencing hearing for lunch, and then disappeared for 16 years, until he was arrested in Arizona in March. He was "returned" to Greensboro in May.
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