Wisconsin Jeweler Charged With Felonies

A Wisconsin jeweler was arrested July 13 after he allegedly didn’t deliver and failed to return jewelry to customers. Tyler Kosmoski, 41, owner of the Diamond Factory in Ashwau­be­non, Wis., has been charged with theft involving false representation of property and theft of movable property under $10,000.According to the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety, customers complained their jewelry had not been returned after taking it to the Diamond Factory for repairs. In addition, people who had sold items to the store were paid with bad checks, and those who had put money down on jewelry claimed they received nothing for their down payments. (The Diamond Factory has been closed since July 7.) Kosmoski is also wanted for ­questioning for identity theft after he allegedly used an employee’s name to obtain a credit card.Meanwhile, James Storzer, owner of Vosner Jewelers in Green Bay

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