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Shao Cai pleaded guilty to stealing more than $100,000 from San Francisco’s Jest Jewels.
The thieves took off with the jewels, including two 17th century crowns, in a speedboat.
Police said it is a “distinct possibility” that Johnny Roman Leon III was the shooter in the murder-for-hire plot that resulted in the death of Ted Shaughnessy.
They are suspects in five jewelry thefts in California and two in Las Vegas.
The JSA said the men are wanted in a half-dozen smash-and-grabs as well as three incidences of grab-and-run jewelry theft.
Miami corrections officer Michael Mazar was sentenced to five years for supplying the cell phones one inmate used in a fraud scheme from behind bars.
Stories from the Las Vegas jewelry trade shows dominated the most-read list, including the theft of a 20-carat diamond and the Couture Design Award winners.
They used the distraction technique to pull off the jewelry theft Saturday afternoon at one of the trade shows.
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