20 by Franklin Detective http://www.chicemma.com/ Nevin Mattessich and charged with failing to obtain proper identification from a man who sold $523 of stolen jewelry at the Route 23 store in November. Connelly was additionally charged in connection with that purchase with failing to retain purchased jewelry for three days after she had given a record of the sale to Franklin police. Mattessich, who also serves as the police departments media liaison, issued two press releases in connection with Connellys arrest. In the notice of claim, Fracasso says Mattessich made false and defamatory statements which accused the claimants of moral turpitude . In his notification to the media, Fracasso wrote that the statute under which Connelly was charged does nothing more than create the basis for someone to be charged with receiving stolen property to disprove they had actual knowledge that the property was allegedly stolen. Connelly has not been charged with receiving stolen property, he wrote. Simply put, what Det.(sic) Mattessich has accused the defendant of doing and has criminally charged her with is not a violation of any law of this state, Fracasso wrote in his motion to dismiss the charges.
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Police said three employees of R&J Jewelry Inc. were in the company car en route to another bank when the three assailants blocked their vehicle around 2 p.m. on Buenamar Street, Barangay Nova Proper. The robbers ordered the driver Narciso Basiles, 42, to open the door and shot him through the window when he refused. Forcing their way into car, they grabbed the money from the two other employees and fled. Hit in the abdomen, Basiles was brought to Far Eastern University Hospital. Supt.
Police said the burglar or burglars rifled through several room of the house in the 2000 block of Yordy's Bridge Road in East Hanover Township between Feb. 22 and Thursday before taking the items from two bedrooms. The loss is estimated at more than $500. Anyone with information can call police at 717-865-2194.
I really love this sweater lamp , which was a quickie makeover of a bland existing lamp. See those little turquoise beads accenting the pedestal of the lamp? Those were originally in a jewelry piece. What a neat repurposing, and a quiet touch that makes the lamp so much more interesting. Something I've never thought of was using vintage jewelry as cabinet hardware . Some vintage jewelry feels really over the top and ridiculous, so I'd never wear it (except maybe at Halloween), but I could see it having a place as a drawer pull -- especially in the room of a young person who gets a kick out of costume jewelry. For that matter, I know a few older people who'd be into this too!