He'll have to serve 4 years of probation.
He'll serve a prison term and pay $89,000 in restitution.
'Employers should share this information with their employees so that all jewelry firms can be ready to face such a dangerous threat,' JSA stated.
She allegedly pawned some of the pieces and listed some on eBay and Poshmark.
Authorities found more than 3,200 bracelets.
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Two people were arrested.
JSA has identified 50 such cases.
He was arrested May 30.
She's accused of second-degree murder.
Police have located $3 million in diamonds and $2.5 million in cash.
She claims to have lost the money in a 'get rich quick' scheme.
A door and two windows were broken.
It's happened more than 30 times across the country.
She's accused of passing off less expensive stones as real diamonds.
He's also making restitution.
He faces up to 5 years in prison.
They allegedly targeted wholesale jewelers and bank customers.
A new book describes the crime.
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