Mom Has 6th-Grade Son Locked Up for Jewel Theft

Sixth grader gave away $7,000 worth of rings
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 9, 2010 11:12 AM CDT
Mom Has 6th-Grade Son Locked Up for Jewel Theft
Stay out of mom's jewelry box, kids.   (Shutterstock)

A Florida sixth-grader is facing grand theft charges after his mother and stepmother had him arrested for stealing their jewelry and giving it away to his classmates. The boy gave away at least five rings worth $7,000 in all, authorities say. He managed to get only one piece back—classmates said they’d lost or given way the rest. The boy was booked into Bay County Jail before being taken to the Department of Juvenile Justice. (Read more family jewels stories.)

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