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Robert Riveros got 22 years behind bars after pleading guilty to robbery and weapons charges.
JSA says there’s been an uptick in burglaries by skilled criminals after a period of dormancy due to COVID-19.
Joseph DuMouchelle admitted to his role in a multi-million-dollar diamond fraud case.
There has been a surge of them in recent weeks, the Jewelers’ Security Alliance said.
Federico Santiago Quiroz Lucca led and organized heists that targeted traveling jewelry salespeople.
Two men and two businesses were sentenced in federal court in Albuquerque last week as part of “Operation Al Zuni.”
The man wanted for snatching jewelry and watches from showcases in seven states allegedly pulled off another theft in the South.
The suspects were attempting a smash-and-grab robbery at the mall store, local police said.
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