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A Hialeah couple decided to sell old jewelry through an app Sunday night, and ended up dragged across the parking lot of a gas station, police said. By the time cops arrived, they said the 14k gold anklet with a dolphin charm was on the ankle of the thieves’ child. Hialeah police arrested Lorely Lafont, 27, and Marisol Sanchez, 27, and charged them with the crime. Hialeah Police Department
A Hialeah couple decided to sell old jewelry through an app Sunday night, and ended up dragged across the parking lot of a gas station, police said. By the time cops arrived, they said the 14k gold anklet with a dolphin charm was on the ankle of the thieves’ child. Hialeah police arrested Lorely Lafont, 27, and Marisol Sanchez, 27, and charged them with the crime. Hialeah Police Department

Jewelry sale gone wrong ends with victim dragged across parking lot, police say

January 10, 2017 10:46 AM

UPDATED January 11, 2017 09:30 AM

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