Luxury items stolen

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

More than $100,000 in high-end jewelry and watches was reported stolen from an apartment building in the 2800 block of Orchard Avenue on Feb. 25, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The burglar reportedly stole a diamond-encrusted Franck Muller watch, a diamond-encrusted woman’s Rolex watch, several pieces of jewelry, and precious gems including diamonds, topazes and amethysts. The case is still under investigation, police said. Suspected forgery ring Jillian Pearl Morgan, 30, could face felony identity theft charges among several other counts after her Saturday arrest on suspicion of writing a phony check. Someone arrested April 12 on suspicion of cashing a forged check identified Morgan, who was staying at a motel in the 100 block of North First Street, as the check’s writer, saying she “cooperated in Morgan’s schemes so she could obtain money to purchase narcotics,” according to an arrest warrant. Grand Junction police officers who arrested Morgan said they found methamphetamine in a loaded syringe, and financial information belonging to several people, according to the affidavit. Chief Deputy District Attorney David Waite said Monday in county court that law enforcement officers suspect Morgan to be involved with a “fraud ring” and potentially connected to 14 other […]

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