I guess things didn’t pan out so well after his departure from Wink 104:
The 65-count indictment charges Bruce Bond with forgery, attempted grand larceny, identity theft and other charges that allege he worked the scheme over the past 15 months with accomplices in Nigeria and Europe. The former afternoon drive-time talker for WNNK radio in Harrisburg was arrested at his apartment on Wall Street on May 20. Bond’s lawyer, Patrick Megaro, said his client “is absolutely not the ring leader. He is merely a cog in the wheel.”
I never had a problem with Bruce. I know opinions on him always polarized one way or the other, but for the 15 minutes in my entire life that I actually talked to him, he seemed all right (although he did steal my liner cards one night when I was filling in for Mike, but that’s forgivable because my improv was far better).
For the record, I think Wink had a good thing going when he was on the air — AC by day, the four-hour all-talk Late Afternoon Show to break the flow, and Hot AC by night. An all-talk show on a Top 40 station, and he actually made it work.
Oh well. Times change, I guess.