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Oct 5 - Men Charged in $2.6 Million Robbery of Beverly Hills Jewelry Store



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Oct 5 - Men Charged in $2.6 Million Robbery of Beverly Hills Jewelry Store
 

 
LOS ANGELES – A federal grand jury today indicted three Long Beach men who allegedly participated in the daylight smash-and-grab robbery of a Beverly Hills jewelry store in which more than $2.6 million worth of merchandise was stolen.

The two-count indictment returned today charges Long Beach residents Jimmy Lee Vernon III, 31, Ladell Tharpe, 37, and Deshon Bell, 20, with conspiracy and interference with commerce by robbery (Hobbs Act).

According to the indictment, on March 23, the defendants and other co-conspirators drove in tandem in three vehicles headed from Long Beach to Beverly Hills. Once outside the victim jewelry store, Vernon and other co-conspirators allegedly got out of a Kia vehicle, smashed the store’s exterior glass cases multiple times, and then stole merchandise worth at least $2,674,000.

Vernon and the others then ran out of the store to a nearby alley, leaving behind their Kia vehicle – which had been reported stolen out of Long Beach four days before the robbery, according to an affidavit filed with a criminal complaint in this case. During the robbery, Vernon’s cellphone fell out of his sweatpants pocket while he smashed the jewelry’s store’s window, was left behind and later recovered by law enforcement, the affidavit states.

Bell allegedly waited in a car near the victim jewelry store and served as the getaway driver for Vernon and the other co-conspirators.

The defendants allegedly stole property consisting of approximately 19 bracelets, seven pairs of earrings, four necklaces, a pair of obelisks, eight rings, and 20 watches.

On March 25, Tharpe posted on his Instagram account numerous photographs that included large stacks of money and a message praising his “robbery gang,” according to the indictment.

Law enforcement arrested the defendants last month. Vernon is in federal custody, was ordered jailed without bond, and his arraignment is scheduled for October 13 in United States District Court. Tharpe is in state custody and are expected to be remanded to federal custody in the coming weeks. Bell was released on $15,000 bond and his arraignment in federal court is scheduled for October 20. A juvenile, who is not charged in the federal indictment, also was arrested in connection with the robbery, and is charged in Los Angeles Superior Court with commercial burglary.

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 2 months ago '16        #2
Proveone  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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That sh*t you put in bold though

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Top 10 most propped recently  2 months ago '04        #3
NAKHI ALLAH 
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Stupid fux
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 2 months ago '04        #4
infam0uskills 
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low iq moves takes em down; never fails
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 2 months ago '22        #5
whatevaitakes 
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1. How did they pick that particular jeweler?

2. Is there an "inside man" at the jeweler that helped them?

3. Why federal level robbery charges and not state level?
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 2 months ago '04        #6
infam0uskills 
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 whatevaitakes said
1. How did they pick that particular jeweler?

2. Is there an "inside man" at the jeweler that helped them?

3. Why federal level robbery charges and not state level?
3: federal charges harder to beat with stiffer sentences


Federal indictments often carry harsher penalties because national interests may be at stake.

While some federal offenses do not carry harsher penalties than state charges, most federal criminal convictions will carry longer terms of incarceration, heavier fines, and additional statutory penalties.




the first two questions, you would have to read the actual indictment to find those answers.
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 2 months ago '16        #7
00010111  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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Taking your cell phone to a robbery?

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 2 months ago '04        #8
xbossxplayax 
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gotta floss on da 'gram

for the most part i dont like sns but in certain cases i think its doing gods work
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 2 months ago '06        #9
The Scenario  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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When will they learn?
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 2 months ago '18        #10
monstar 
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 infam0uskills said
3: federal charges harder to beat with stiffer sentences


Federal indictments often carry harsher penalties because national interests may be at stake.

While some federal offenses do not carry harsher penalties than state charges, most federal criminal convictions will carry longer terms of incarceration, heavier fines, and additional statutory penalties.




the first two questions, you would have to read the actual indictment to find those answers.

Bringing your phone to hit a lick and leaving said phone at the scene of the crime




Also it’s Beverly Hills they’re going to catch you it’s different from robbing somewhere in LA

Hence the federal charges they know gascon will be more lenient so they pursue federal charges knowing it’ll be more likely to stick


Also what a moron flossin on the gram after cashin out
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 2 months ago '04        #11
Prometheus 
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Lol you know they feelin real stupid right now.
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 2 months ago '17        #12
R Shackleford 
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On March 25, Tharpe posted on his Instagram account numerous photographs that included large stacks of money and a message praising his “robbery gang,” according to the indictment.


37 years old
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 2 months ago '04        #13
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Voodoopocalypse  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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psa: your brain has a on button and there is cameras everywhere
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 2 months ago '04        #15
J.BEEZY 
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 2 months ago '04        #17
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 whatevaitakes said
1. How did they pick that particular jeweler?

2. Is there an "inside man" at the jeweler that helped them?

3. Why federal level robbery charges and not state level?
Can’t say for sure bud I’d guess the dollar amount makes it federal
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 2 months ago '14        #18
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 whatevaitakes said
1. How did they pick that particular jeweler?

2. Is there an "inside man" at the jeweler that helped them?

3. Why federal level robbery charges and not state level?
Most Jewelry store robberies are picked by someone that knows the merchandise the store carries I knew of one that got planned by a FedEx driver he made deliveries to the store was cool with owners whom would tell him the value of merchandise and show him the rare valuable items so he got some guys to do the job was crazy cuz they only got caught cuz one of the items only he knew about and they were meeting up at the stash spot too much
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 2 months ago '22        #19
whatevaitakes 
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 jsmooth-117 said
Can’t say for sure bud I’d guess the dollar amount makes it federal
No:

The Hobbs Act (18 U.S. Code § 1951) - prohibits actual or attempted robbery or extortion affecting interstate or foreign commerce "in any way or degree," without mention of any dollar amount.

You could rob Subways and catch a federal case.




Last edited by whatevaitakes; 10-06-2022 at 01:20 PM..
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