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Duilio “Tony” Rosales, a bench jeweler at The Jewel Box in Juneau, was shot in the back of the head during a hunting trip, allegedly by a former Arizona state representative.
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The owner of Ray Boone Jewelers in Montgomery, Ala., was taken into police custody May 2 on charges of first degree theft of property.
The nearly five-year-old case against four men who allegedly forced their way into a jeweler’s home and tied up his family is moving forward.
A total of seven retail jewelers in southern California have been victims of violent robberies recently, leading the JSA to reiterate its advice for escaping a robbery unscathed.
Federal prosecutors allege that the men presented fake California driver’s licenses when applying for in-store credit and then used it to purchase luxury watches from more than 40 jewelry stores.
The owner of Leilani’s Jewelers in Torrance, Calif. shot and killed a man who allegedly was trying to rob his store on Tuesday.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance’s annual report for 2015 shows that the total number of crimes against the industry decreased from 1,381 in 2014 to 1,177 last year.
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