Oakland Man Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Selling Historic Gold Jewelry Box Stolen from Oakland Museum

06 Jun 2014 9:07 AM | Anonymous
Oakland Man Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Selling Historic Gold Jewelry Box Stolen from Oakland Museum
U.S. Attorney’s Office June 04, 2014
  • Northern District of California(415) 436-7200

OAKLAND, CAundefinedAndre Taray Franklin was sentenced yesterday to four years in prison for knowingly receiving and then selling an historic gold jewelry box stolen from the Oakland Museum of California, announced United States Attorney Melinda Haag and FBI Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson.

Franklin pleaded guilty on March 7, 2014. According to the plea agreement, Franklin admitted that, in early 2013, in exchange for money, he gave a jewelry box that he knew had been stolen from the Oakland Museum of California, located at 1000 Oak Street in Oakland, California, to another individual.

http://www.fbi.gov/sanfrancisco/press-releases/2014/oakland-man-sentenced-to-four-years-in-prison-for-selling-historic-gold-jewelry-box-stolen-from-oakland-museum

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