JPD: Mom accuses daughters of stealing $50,000 in jewels | Crime
According to Jonesboro police, on Monday a woman reported her two daughters had stolen $50,000 worth of jewelry from her.
The victim said since May of last year she has noticed several items of jewelry missing from her home in the 900-block of Sylvan Hill Drive, according to Officer Bryan D. Bailey’s initial report.
The 62-year-old woman called several local pawn shops and discovered that most of her property had been pawned by her daughters.
The woman told Officer Bailey she confronted her 47-year-old daughters and they admitted to taking her jewelry and pawning it. She said a 49-year-old Jonesboro man was also listed on some of the pawn receipts.
The victim reportedly had notecards with pawn receipt numbers written on them along with two pawn receipts from a local shop for some of the missing items. All of the items were taken to the police department and logged into evidence.
In addition to taking her jewels, valued at $50,000, the woman said her daughters also stole two credit cards and charged $3,000 on each one.
No arrests or charges have been filed.