NEW YORK, March 26 (UPI) -- A judge has postponed the sentencing on tax charges of a New York City disc jockey known as "Crazy Cabbie."
Brooklyn U.S. District Court Judge John Gleeson postponed Friday the sentencing of Lee Anthony Mroszak, known as Crazy Cabbie, until April 22, the New York Post reported Saturday.
The radio personality has been cooperative since being caught under reporting his income from 2000 to 2003 by some $140,000. He had said on the air in 2002 he hadn't filed tax returns in three years.
Federal prosecutor Jeffrey Goldberg said Mroszak faces a sentence of 15 to 21 months in prison under federal sentencing guidelines. However, Goldberg said he would not object to a sentence capped at 12 months, Long Island's Newsday reported.