AT&T Stadium Employee Accused of Accepting Cash from Fans Without Tickets: Police Investigation

Diego Soto, a 19-year-old AT&T Stadium employee, is facing commercial bribery charges after allegedly allowing un-ticketed fans to enter the Cowboys-Eagles game in exchange for money. Soto reportedly confessed to accepting the bribes. Commercial bribery constitutes a state jail felony in Texas, and Soto’s bond was set at $1,500. Standing-room-only tickets for the game were selling for up to $200. In sports news, the Cowboys defeated the Eagles 33-13, securing the top spot in the NFC East. Owner Jerry Jones praised quarterback Dak Prescott’s performance, dispelling doubts about his playoff capabilities. Arlington police responded to 90 calls during the game, with two arrests for public intoxication and one arrest for outstanding warrants.