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A federal grand jury in Dallas has indicted three men on various charges stemming from their alleged involvement in a scheme to defraud investors.
A worker at a Florida jewelry store did the unthinkable--he ran after a robber and clung to the hood of his car as he sped away.
Carlos Torres, of Romano’s Jewelers, was charged in a scheme to defraud Marines by obtaining their personal information and then adding unauthorized charges to their store credit accounts.
In the wake of the crimes, the Jewelers’ Security Alliance is reminding jewelers to put merchandise in the safe at night whenever possible.
Sponsored by the 47th Street BID, the education sessions will cover how to react in the event of a terrorist attack or active shooter event.
James Caudill, who pleaded guilty to murdering a 79-year-old jewelry store owner in November, was given the maximum sentence in the case on Thursday.
The number of crimes has totaled 528 through the first six months of the year, a 6 percent decline from the same period last year.
The payment was meant to reach JCK Las Vegas show organizers to cover expenses for the India Pavilion at this year’s event, but show organizers said they never got it.
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