WARSAW — A Warsaw man was arrested for allegedly stealing jewelry from a Warsaw business.
Zackery James Williams, 35, 5713 N. 2nd St., Warsaw, is charged with theft, a level 6 felony.
On March 10, Bowers Jewelry in Warsaw was broken into by a man wearing a mask. During the burglary, 176 pieces of jewelry were stolen.
According to court documents, the Warsaw Police Department learned Williams sold four chain necklaces at a Logansport pawn shop on March 10. These necklaces were later identified by Bowers Jewelry employees as items stolen from their store. The total value of the necklaces pawned by Williams was $2,457.
In addition, officers learned on March 28 that Meagan A. Martens, Silver Lake, pawned a 14k gold necklace, also stolen from Bowers Jewelry, in Kokomo. The necklace pawned by Martens was valued at $1,650.
Williams and Martens have both already been arrested. They have pretrial conferences at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, in Kosciusko Superior Court Two.