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Abigail Lee Kemp, 25, was sentenced Friday in a Florida federal court after pleading guilty to multiple jewelry store robberies.
Thung Van Huynh and his co-conspirators used counterfeit driver’s licenses to apply for credit and purchase luxury watches at jewelry stores across the country.
The 58-year-old man convicted of shooting and killing jewelry store owner Xavier Egoavil was sentenced last week in Jersey City.
Police reportedly conducted a raid across France early Monday morning, rounding up more than a dozen suspects in the robbery of Kim Kardashian West.
Security camera footage shows Abigail Lee Kemp committing robberies at two different jewelry stores. The 25-year-old Atlanta-area native has pleaded guilty to jewelry store robberies in three more states.
Abigail Lee Kemp has pleaded guilty to robbing jewelry stores in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The update that police had taken these two suspects into custody in Kansas for their alleged connection to a triple homicide at a jewelry store and pawn shop in Mississippi was the top story on the site last week.
A report on a triple homicide at a Mississippi jewelry store and the subsequent arrest of the suspects were among last week’s top stories.
Jamieson L. Townsend, 35, and her boyfriend, 37-year-old Joshua Garcia, were arrested Wednesday and are being charged in a triple homicide committed Saturday at a jewelry store and pawn shop in Jackson, Mississippi.
Police said that Joshua M. Garcia, 37, and Jamieson L. Townsend, 35, were taken into custody in Kansas early Wednesday morning.
These photos supplied by the Jewelers’ Security Alliance show the man and woman wanted in a triple homicide at a jewelry store and pawn shop in Jackson, Mississippi on Saturday. The photo at bottom is of a 2013 red Dodge Charger SRT, the type of vehicle involved in the case.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the two suspects wanted in the triple homicide.
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