Published 10:11 am, Saturday, March 31, 2018 ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Authorities say a South Carolina man was charged with selling the same car to two different people not long after he was released from prison in another car fraud scheme. The Rock Hill Herald reports that Bernard Gaston served about a year after being sentenced in 2014 for a car fraud scheme in York County that affected dozens of people. Now, Rock Hill Police Department arrest warrants say that Gaston tried to sell a 2007 Volvo to two different people last year. The 52-year-old was charged Thursday with counts including vehicle breach of trust and misuse of a vehicle title. Local Channel Now Playing: Now Playing Michigan’s Final 4 road goes through cult heroes Sr. Jean, Loyola Fox2Detroit Sister Jean Chicago Tribune Loyola Ramblers Chicago Tribune Easter campers stake out Brackenridge Park San Antonio Express-News Google to Predict Outcome of Final Four Games Live Wibbitz Things to know for Easter camping in San Antonio San Antonio Express-News 18-wheeler carrying 30,000 pounds of crawfish gets stuck San Antonio Express-News Red McCombs on HemisFair ‘68 San Antonio Express-News Man’s invitation into S.A. home ends in gunfire San Antonio Express-News Four wins to the Final Four Chicago Tribune A voicemail left at a phone listing for Gaston Saturday wasn’t immediately returned.