Former law student gets jail term for stealing jewels – Eagle-Tribune


Former law student gets jail term for stealing jewels
Eagle-Tribune
There was no explanation for the fake mustaches. But police say the items were all part of a scheme to swindle sellers and the owners of pawn shops and jewelry stores, disarming his targets with a story about having cancer. Among his victims were ...

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Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue speaks during an interview in Salt … – The Independent


Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue speaks during an interview in Salt ...
The Independent
Staff report The Independent The Daily Independent Mon Jul 28, 2014, 11:30 PM EDT. ASHLAND — Fish and houseguests both stink after three days — and much less time when a visitor pockets valuables without permission. While legally in a home in the ...

Guard dog enlisted to help secure burned-out condo site – Edmonton Journal


Edmonton Journal

Guard dog enlisted to help secure burned-out condo site
Edmonton Journal
Michael Keef said seven thefts of valuables worth up to $45,000 from suites in the four-storey building had been reported, but there could be more victims who have not yet come forward. “Mostly they are small items that could be taken quickly and are ...

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Guard dog enlisted to help secure burned-out condo site – Edmonton Journal


Edmonton Journal

Guard dog enlisted to help secure burned-out condo site
Edmonton Journal
Michael Keef said seven thefts of valuables worth up to $45,000 from suites in the four-storey building had been reported, but there could be more victims who have not yet come forward. “Mostly they are small items that could be taken quickly and are ...

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Selma’s moratorium on payday loan businesses set to expire – Selma Times-Journal


Selma's moratorium on payday loan businesses set to expire
Selma Times-Journal
Payday and title loan stores may have to continue waiting to open up shop in Selma. The city of Selma's payday loan six-month moratorium, approved on Jan. 30, is set to expire at the end of July. The moratorium prevents payday and title loan stores ...

Eighth theft reported from condo fire victims – Edmonton Journal


Edmonton Journal

Eighth theft reported from condo fire victims
Edmonton Journal
Michael Keef said seven thefts of valuables worth up to $45,000 from suites in the four-storey building have been reported, but there could be more victims who have not yet come forward. “Mostly they are small items that could be taken quickly and are ...

Online system helps police agencies work together, return stolen items – WNDU-TV


Online system helps police agencies work together, return stolen items
WNDU-TV
But a new online service promises to increase your odds of getting your valuables back. South Bend police are a part of this program, and it's already paid off. ... Second hand dealers, such as pawn shops or gold and jewelry shops of even gaming shops ...

Eight residents report stolen valuables worth more than $45000 – Edmonton Journal


Edmonton Journal

Eight residents report stolen valuables worth more than $45000
Edmonton Journal
Michael Keef said seven thefts of valuables worth up to $45,000 from suites in the four-storey building had been reported, but there could be more victims who have not yet come forward. “Mostly they are small items that could be taken quickly and are ...

Valuables worth more than $45000 stolen from condo fire victims – Edmonton Journal


Valuables worth more than $45000 stolen from condo fire victims
Edmonton Journal
Police are keeping an eye on local pawn shops for stolen goods as they continue their investigation. “Being victimized once is hard enough, the last thing you want to see is a victim be victimized again,” Keef said. “It's too early to start pointing ...

Valuables worth more than $45000 stolen from condo fire victims – Edmonton Journal


Valuables worth more than $45000 stolen from condo fire victims
Edmonton Journal
Michael Keef said seven thefts of valuables worth up to $45,000 from suites in the four-storey building have been reported, but that there could be more victims who have not yet come forward. “Mostly they are small items that could be taken quickly and ...

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