HeadlinesJewelry Thief With 78 Previous Arraignments Predictably Gets Busted Again Published 4 years agoon January 12, 2016By Share Tweet It’s almost like he’s trying to get caught. A man who managed to steal an entire display case of jewelry from a K-Mart store – and who has collected 78 previous arraignments on his criminal record – was caught again, the Palm Beach Post reports. As the Post explains, the arrest happened after a police officer saw a car that matched the description of the thief’s vehicle based on store surveillance video and pulled it over to conduct a traffic stop. Then the officer noticed the thief was wearing the same distinctive hat that was seen in the surveillance footage – a winter cap that reads “Selfie” in huge, all-caps lettering. No one can make this stuff up.Read more at Palm Beach Post Related Topics: click to Comment(Comment)Up NextKate Hudson Spotted Running Errands in Her Million-Dollar Diamonds from the Golden GlobesDon't MissBreastMilkJewelry.com? 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Published 4 days agoon November 8, 2019By INSTORE Staff Enlisting social media “influencers” has become a popular way to promote a wide range of products, including jewelry.Unfortunately, it’s not always obvious to consumers what is and isn’t an ad. The Federal Trade Commission wants to fix that.The FTC has released a new publication for online influencers that lays out the agency’s rules of the road for when and how influencers must disclose sponsorships to their followers.The new guide, “Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers,” provides influencers with tips from FTC staff about what triggers the need for a disclosure and offers examples of both effective and ineffective disclosures.The guide and accompanying videos underscore that the responsibility to make disclosures about endorsements lies with the influencer. 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