JumpConShane Senter of New Hampshire has been sentenced to 5 years of probation for one count of felony theft and four misdemeanor counts of unfair or deceptive business practices. Mr. Senter racked up $8 million in debts but failed to deliver on JumpCon, a series of science fiction conventions he planned to launch in Boston. Celebrities under contract were never paid and attendees were never refunded for ticket purchases. This is not the first time Mr. Senter has run afoul of the law. In 2004, he claimed to be raising money to purchase computers for Manchester public schools by selling advertising space on a board game featuring local businesses. Unfortunately, he had never registered as a charity or spoken to school officials.