Jayson Williams Robbed, $150K in Stuff Taken | UssPost.com
January 31, 2010 by USA Post
Jayson Williams Robbed, $150K in Stuff Taken | UssPost.com:Trouble always seems to know Jason Williams.
Former basketball star, of Appellations of Origin match does not forget the recent South Carolina property, electronics, jewelry, was robbed of $ 150,000 more than that, I have learned from the posts.
Stolen Tiger Woods, golfer, signed by billionaire Adolf Ogi was stained pair of shoes, signed basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain of short films, and a letter hand-written a song for rapper Tupac Shakur.
Four plasma screen TVs and the thief, Rolex gold watch Britlng diamond jewelry including, and record.
“I want my country do not forget to mean what it represents to me to return,” the former Net, appellations of origin, his wife, Tanya Young Williams, The Washington Post.
“Unfortunately, my one true and it’s happening already, but I, Äôm fighter”.
Facebook page stealing her younger Williams went public, in spite of that, appellations of origin is not clear when the robbery during the past two weeks.
It recognizes that one of the identity thieves because of Bluffton, SC house in the coast, is in a gated community.
$ 5,000 reward for the return of smaller species is introduced and Williams.
Beaufort County Sheriff, the labels of origin and the office confirmed that Williams, Adolf Ogi received in the theft of the house, but if someone refused to say knew the identity of the suspect.
“Home, appellations of origin, the Office of the investigation into the burglary at a house in a report that it,” Captain Allen Horton said, “It active investigation.”
Alcohol on 11 January during the besieged Baller shot a limousine driver has pleaded guilty to one charge of fuel fast night’s attack eight years ago.
Between 18 months and it is facing five years in prison when he is sentenced on Feb. 23. Williams was seized this month in Manhattan to drunken driving and hit-road vehicles.
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