Three men arraigned and in custody after January jewelry store robbery spree
WEBSTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Additional charges against the three men accused of robbing at least eight area jewelry stores were announced February 9.
Jaquan Simpson, Zeaquan Walker, and Kashmiere Coats are accused of stealing more than $14,000 in jewelry from Charisma Jewelers on West Ridge Road. They’re also charged with a Jan. 15 robbery at the Marketplace Mall and a Jan. 26 robbery in Pittsford.
UPDATE: The three men were arraigned in the Centralized Arraignment Part and committed to the Ontario County Jail with a $5.00 cash bail or $10 insured bond.
They are now all in custody in the Monroe County Jail.
On February 9, the Webster Police Department charged the men with third degree grand larceny for the Kay Jewelers robbery that happened on Jan. 24. Police say they stole more than $12,000 in jewelry.
Police were able to recover the stolen jewelry at a pawn shop in Rochester.
In total, the three are believed to have stolen about $40,000 worth of jewelry. Police say about $24,000 worth of it has been recovered, mostly from local pawn shops.