Reporting the theft wasn't a crime. The alleged crime came when she told her insurance company the jewelry was bought at a particular store around 2008. Trouble was, the store didn't exist until 2011.
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Latrell Taylor is not very good at insurance fraud.
The receipts apparently were fake.
Apparently the cops got suspicious when she supposedly parked the car full of expensive jewelry in a really sketchy neighborhood in Chester, Pennsylvania, according to the Daily Times newspaper of Deleware County, PA.
Among the items supposedly stolen from a Louis Vuitton bag were a $30,900 diamond engagement ring, a $6,000 diamond bracelet and a $79,800 diamond pendant.
Yeah, I'd get all my expensive jewelry and leave it out in the open in a car in a bad neighborhood, too. OK.
Our friend Latrell maybe should have planned this whole thing out better. Better luck next time, Latrell!