PITTSBURGH -- A man who pretended to be a Pittsburgh Steelers player to persuade a woman to loan him $3,200 must report to jail next week, a judge ruled.

Allegheny County Judge Gerard Bigley on Thursday rejected arguments on behalf of Brian R. Jackson, whose attorney wanted the judge to reconsider his sentence.

Bigley last month sentenced Jackson, 33, of Brentwood, to 90 days in jail and five years' probation after Jackson pleaded guilty to one count each of theft by deception and identity theft.

Bigley ordered Jackson to report to jail Aug. 24. Jackson's attorney, James Sheets, had hoped Bigley would let Jackson serve house arrest, instead.

Source: the york dispatch