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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.
The suspect has been on the JSA’s radar since last fall.
Gregory Altieri allegedly solicited millions from investors by promising they were going to make money buying closeout jewelry and reselling it.
The superseding indictment features a Hobbs Act robbery charge and two new ones: interstate transportation of stolen property and using a firearm to cause a death during a robbery.
The prominent Michigan jeweler and auctioneer now faces a criminal information in the multi-million-dollar fraud case.
David Dorn was shot last week while protecting his friend’s store, Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry, on a night when protests devolved into violence and looting across the city.
He was shot to death by looters at Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry.
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