former California woman imprisoned for participating in the killings of jewelry store owners in Connecticut and New York has died at age 30.
Eight people from South Florida have been charged in a string of jewelry heists across several states–including Connecticut–that resulted in $6 million worth of loot.
A New York man who killed the two owners of a Connecticut jewelry shop in 2005 has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of release.
A Connecticut jury is scheduled to decide whether a man convicted of killing a husband and wife during a jewelry store robbery should get the death penalty.
The murder case against a man accused of killing a husband and wife during a robbery at their Connecticut jewelry store has gone to the jury.